Cisco Eyeing First Manufacturing Plant In India, Pune Likely Destination

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During the Make In India Week, Cisco Executive Chairman John Chambers hinted at a business move to set up first manufacturing plant in India. He said at the CNN Asia Business Forum 2016, “Eighteen months ago, I said if you want to bet on one country, it is India as the country is in sync with the speed of innovation in the current digital age.”

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Chambers opined that all companies in the world are moving towards digitization and next 10 years would see eradication of at least 40% non-tech companies. Speaking at the same forum, GE South Asia CEO and President Banmali Agrawala said, “India is a highly innovative place. We’re pressing the pedal on getting digital.” Chambers said that India will soon become a leader in the innovation and leadership field. The new plant in Pune will leapfrog US globally.

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