SoftBank Chairman and Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said internet and solar are the sectors that excites him, but wants the government to develop a robust mobile phone infrastructure and resolve slow Internet issues.

He said the more he knows about India on every visit, the more he gets excited.

Stating that 21st century belongs to India, he said there exist huge opportunities in India.

Stating that Indians are smart, English speaking, IT-proficient, he said, "all these things make me believe that the 21st century is this country."

Son, Japan's second-richest person with a net worth of USD 14.1 billion said infrastructure was important and mobile broadband infrastructure was lacking in India.

SoftBank had in 2014 announced plans to invest USD 10 billion in India over the next decade. It has already put in USD 627 million into online marketplace Snapdeal and smaller investments in property site

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