During the meeting, Naidu informed the company executives about the advantages of Andhra Pradesh, the availability of abundant water and power, the Chief Minister's Office said in a statement.
"We have a 21-day clearance mechanism for industries. We have a deemed clause and are working with Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore on the ease of doing business," he said.

Lauding Chinese manufacturers for their speed and scale of business, the Chief Minister said he wants to deliver all services through mobile.
"We are looking at mobile applications in our digital literacy campaign," he added.Stating that Andhra Pradesh will be an innovator and has been using technology for governance, Naidu said the state could emerge as an electronics hub.
Xiaomi India head Manu Jain during a presentation, said it works with Foxconn in China, Brazil and India.     Xiaomi represented by the company's President Bin Lin and Vice-President Hugo Barra informed that the company's smartphone sales alone totalled USD 335 million.
Hugo informed the Chief Minister that he is looking forward to building a "great working relationship" with India and AP after an assurance from the Chief Minister about land and power issues.
Meanwhile, Josh Foulger, Vice-President of Foxconn was quoted as saying, "We're looking at USD 3.5 billion investment in India in the next two-three years. This would span across smartphones, software, TVs and other electronics."

After stating that Andhra Pradesh is looking forward to have Foxconn and Xiaomi in the state, the Chief Minister informed company executives that AP State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) will pitch in to train people on the skills required.

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