India to be among top 3 economic powers in 10-15 years, says Chairman John Chambers


New Delhi: As per Cisco Chairman John Chambers, India will shape among the top three economic authorities in the world for the next 10-15 years, travelling on the strength of its democracy. Chambers is also the Chairman of the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum, suspected that India would turn to be a role model for the world economies.

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“You won’t be a moderate follower but a quick innovator. You will be the model for rest of the world. India will be the case for whatever is left of the world not as a rising nation but rather as a created nation that reevaluates itself over and over,” he said at discourse on India-US Commercial and Strategic relationship.

Chambers said if he somehow happened to wager on one country for the future outside the US, his nation of origin, “it would be India”. Asked where he saw India in the coming 10-15 years, particularly given continuous lead changes like Digital India, savvy urban areas and Make in India, Chambers said “India would not exclusively be one of the three best financial forces of the world” yet develop with the quality of its majority rules system and organizations.

He, in any case, forewarned that understand that one could get left behind rapidly in the dynamic hello there tech industry. Expressing that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision for advanced India was a model for the world, he said there are comparable computerized slants in nations like France and Israel.

Chambers said that vital association amongst India and the US should be seen past immaculate exchange numbers and benefits to incorporate bigger objectives like addressing the requirements of the economies, concentrating on consideration, encouraging advancement and enterprise and corporate duty.

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