- Nearly 60 leading electronics manufacturers will meet with the government today
- MeitY will hear input and feedback from the industry to understand the opportunities available and the conditions needed to achieve more manufacturing in India
Electronic product manufacturers said that the government should develop policies and incentives to attract the world’s largest electronics manufacturing.
Nearly 60 leading electronics manufacturers will meet with the government today and will raise this issue, including this issue, to promote the country’s industrial development.
A glimpse at today’s meeting agenda
At a recently organised discussion by the Chennai International Centre, George Paul, chief executive officer of Manufacturers Association for Information Technology (MAIT) said that the electronics manufacturing industry globally has seen a change. He was of the opinion that because of this change, many of the companies are looking at de-risking their operations by having their facilities in new geographies. Paul stated that this is the right time for India to attract some of the big manufacturers in India, which will help to grow exports.
Paul has said that the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has called for a meeting with the industry to hear input and feedback from industry representatives, to understand the opportunities available and the conditions needed to achieve more manufacturing in India.