India is emerging as a global manufacturing and startup hub and most Made In India products, including cars and mobile phones, are being exported to the countries from which India was importing. This is what Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in Uganda Significantly, the Prime Minister is on a five-day visit to the three-continent of the continent from Monday and yesterday he reached Uganda.
Addressing the Indian expatriates in the capital of Uganda, the Prime Minister said that rail track, metro train coach and satellites are being constructed in India today using Indian steel. PM Modi said here, “India is becoming a manufacturing hub.” He said this during a function organized for addressing the people of the Indian community where Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni was also present.
Noting that Samsung has set up the world’s largest mobile manufacturing unit within Uttar Pradesh (India), PM Modi said, “It is possible that when you buy the next smartphone in Uganda, you have a Made in India product. Make in India has become a hallmark in India today, most of our products, such as cars and smartphones, are being exported to the countries from whom India once used to import.” He said that in the last 4 years, about 11,000 startups have been registered within India.