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[商业新闻] 2015-10-10&10-12 印度与美国高科技公司签约 推“互联网+”

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[Homework]2015-10-10&10-12 印度与美国高科技公司签约 推“互联网+”

Let's talk about the visit itself at Facebook, because i understand it was a rupturous welcome for prime minister Modi.Yeah, it was at Facebook and also at the other speech he gave in front of some 20,000 Indians in St Jose, Modi has made this feature of his trips abroad whenever he goes to a different country, he tries to speak directly to the people of that country, but also to the Indian diasporas in that country, and Facebook remember is a great constituency for Modi, he has about 30 million likes on Facebook, and as the internet grows in India, as the number of users here grows in India, Modi is very conscious that he needs to reach out to those people, those young sort of vibrant Indians that he talks about all the time, so that's some of the reasoning behind why he was there, he got a great welcome, he answered questions about doing business in India, even got emotional when he was talking about his mother, so that the whole event really being talked about a lot here in India today.
What about his plan of a digital India? a country where 80% of the population is without internet access right now, i mean how realistic a goal is that within a realistic timeframe?
See Modi's basic plan with a digital India is to make the services of government much more easily available through the internet, he wants to sort of leap frog the rest of the world when it comes to making doing business much easier in India, and part of the reason why he is so optimistic about that is the incredibly quick uptick of the internet in the last few years, in 2010 there were 100 million internet users in India, today there are more than 300 million internet users, and part of that growth is not coming from pcs, most of the people we speak to in India who are discovering the internet today, they are discovering it on cheap smartphones, and so in many ways Modi and many Indian leaders, business leaders here they see that as a great opportunity to bring low cost tech to people, poor people all over India, and then use that as a tool to make governance much better.
The digital landscape is certainly changing and changing quickly, New Delhi bureau chief Ravi Agrawal joining us there, thank you Ravi.

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