Anand further said that PM Modi has showed that he can be an impactful leader worldwide in representing his country. He also expressed his hope that Modi will open doors of business overseas.


While hosting a breakfast for 11 CEOs, PM Modi said India is open-minded and want the change, which is "not one-sided". Top US corporates, including Boeing, IBM and BlackRock on Monday expressed their keenness to strengthen engagements with the country during their meetings with Narendra Modi who promised a friendlier business environment.


The Prime Minister also held meetings with six other top American corporate executives including KKR CEO Henry Kravis and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein.


After meeting Modi, India-origin Indra Nooyi, who is PepsiCo's chief, said, "he answers questions brilliantly and is very focused on improving India. So, we are thrilled to be working with him".


Another India-origin CEO Ajay Banga, who is at the helm of Mastercard, said the Prime Minister was a good listener andthat he believed that Modi can execute plans like the way he did in Gujarat.


Noting that he had an excellent meeting with Modi, GE chief Jeff Immelt said the India is a great country and place to invest.

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