Apple CEO Says Committed To Invest In India

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In May 2016, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with Apple CEO Tim Cook during his visit to the United States. During the meeting, Cook expressed Apple’s commitment to investing in India and exploring opportunities to expand its operations in the country. At the time, Apple was facing hurdles in setting up its retail stores in India due to local sourcing requirements. However, Cook indicated that Apple was working with the government to resolve the issue and that the company was excited about the potential of the Indian market. Since then, Apple has made significant investments in India, including setting up a manufacturing plant and launching an online store.

Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss various topics, including Apple’s commitment to investing in India. During the meeting, Cook said that Apple is “bullish and optimistic” about the potential of India’s economy and the talented youth of the country. Cook also shared that Apple has already started manufacturing iPhone 13 in India and is planning to expand its operations in the country. Modi appreciated Apple’s continued investment in India and emphasized the importance of technology in achieving India’s economic and social goals. The meeting was seen as a positive step towards strengthening the relationship between Apple and India.