Kicking off his second visit to the US in one year with a meeting with eight of the top 10 financial entities in the US, including JP Morgan and Blackstone, Modi outlined efforts made during the last 15 months to increase investment in key areas like infrastructure.
    
Modi, who kicked off his second visit to the US in a year with a meeting with eight of the top 10 financial entities in America including JP Morgan and Blackstone, outlined efforts made during the last 15 months to increase investment in key areas like infrastructure.
    
Some of the CEOs, after the meeting, said yesterday that they were satisfied with the progress of the reform. "The government has already undertaken a massive amount of reforms. Key message from the US companies was keep doing what you are doing. I had a great meeting, there was a constructive dialogue in the spirit of collaboration. We are looking at India trying to get foreign direct investment," J P Morgan CEO James Dimon said.
    
"Our goal is to make sure that we are seeing enough change so that we feel we are comfortable in investing our capital. We would continue to watch and wait. For the amount of time he has been in office, there has been a lot of changes he has made. So clearly more to come, but as a potential investor, we are optimist," said Vicki Fuller of New York State Common Retirement Fund after her meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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