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India's richest businessman Mukesh Ambani on Tuesday said that India is on the path to becoming the third richest country in the world. He said that after the first three industrial revolutions missed India
India's richest businessman Mukesh Ambani on Tuesday said that India is on the path to becoming the third richest country in the world. He said that after being missed by the first three industrial revolutions, India is in a position to take the leadership of the fourth industrial revolution on the choice of technology like the young population.
India on the path to becoming one of the three richest countries in the world
Addressing the 24th MobiCam Conference, Ambani said that digital change of India is incredible and unpredictable. He said that in the matter of wireless broadband, the country has reached the top of the 155th place in 24 months. Ambani reminded that in the 1990s when Reliance was refining and petrochemical projects, India's gross domestic product (GDP) was about $ 350 billion and the country had come out of a very serious financial crisis. He said, "A lot of people have thought that our country's possibilities are so bright. Today our GDP has grown to nearly three billion billion dollars and we are on the path to becoming the third richest country in the world. "
India's digital transformation is unrivaled and unmatched
Ambani said that mobile computing is a catalyst for the consumption of data at a macro level and it has given young Indians the fertile land for a comprehensive change thinking. He said, "I can say with full confidence that in the next two decades India will lead the world and contribute to the next round of global economic growth." The richest Indian person said that coal and vapor and electricity and oil Based on the first and second industrial revolutions, India remained on the margins. In the computer-centric third revolution, India started taking part in the race.
He said, "The fourth industrial revolution is up to us now. It is being recognized due to the technologies that have altered the physical, digital and biological world. I can say with full confidence that India has not only the opportunity to participate in the fourth revolution but the country can lead it. "
Today's India is completely different from earlier India
Ambani said, "It is possible for this reason because today's India is completely different from earlier India. India's major technology-centric population is its main strength. Just imagine, when the power of more than one billion minds can be combined together, what kind of intelligence can be prepared. "He said that being a democracy based on equal and inclusive development, India is accepting future technologies with open mind is. It is a rich and fertile land for entrepreneurship and the country has emerged as the land for the fastest growth of startup in the world. He said, "Today is the third largest number of technology-based startups in the country. Earlier, India had never seen such an emergence of entrepreneurship. "