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15:35  14 february  2020
15:35  14 february  2020 Source:   reuters.com

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will meet executives of large Indian companies with interests in the United States as he looks to drum up investments during his visit to New Delhi this month. Executives of some of the companies expected to attend the meeting include Indian oil & gas

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will meet executives of large Indian companies with interests in the United States as he looks to drum up investments during his visit to New Delhi this month.

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Executives of some of the companies expected to attend the meeting include Indian oil & gas company Reliance Industries , diversified group Tata Sons and auto sector companies such as Bharat Forge , Mahindra and Mahindra and Motherson, industry and business sources told Reuters.

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With New Delhi preparing to roll out a welcoming mat for Trump and his wife Melania when they touch down in India on February 24, reports have The fact that the construction effort appeared to be timed with the impending Trump visit has prompted accusations that officials were attempting to cover up a

New Delhi later attempted to get Trump to visit India as the chief guest of the Republic Day event last year. He did not attend. India renewed its invitation to President Trump during the visit of India ’s foreign and defence ministers for a 2+2 ministerial meeting with their American counterparts Mark

Trump is scheduled to make his first visit as president to India on Feb. 24-25 during which he will travel to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state of Gujarat followed by talks in New Delhi. The two countries are trying to sign a trade deal during his visit.

On Feb. 25, a meeting is being planned between Trump and Indian executives, especially those focusing on job creation and manufacturing in the United States, the sources said.

The meeting, which will be held in New Delhi, was unlikely to include executives of U.S. companies, they said.

Creating new jobs and boosting manufacturing is critical for Trump in his re-election bid later this year. U.S. factory activity rebounded in January but only after it contracted for five straight months.

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New Delhi (Sputnik): India and the US will discuss a range of issues during President Donald Trump ’s maiden visit later this month, including lingering While many issues will be on the table for the two leaders, it is also viewed as an opportunity for Trump to woo his vote bank back home by acting in a

Earlier Donald Trump , in his efforts to woo the Indian community, borrowed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's winning slogan of the 2014 general elections Lara had said Donald Trump has great love and affection for India and its people. As a mark of respect to the Indian culture, she removed her shoes

"President (Trump) is keen on acknowledging Indian companies which are focusing on manufacturing in the United States," said a Washington-based source aware of the plans.

United States is a key market for several Indian firms.

Mahindra last year said it will invest another $1 billion in the United States and was committed to creating American jobs, while Bharat Forge has announced plans to invest $56 million to set up a new plant in North Carolina.

The $100-billion Tata Group says it is one of the largest Indian-headquartered multinationals in North America, with 13 companies and more than 35,000 employees.

The Confederation of Indian Industries and U.S.-India trade groups have suggested several Indian executives for the Trump meeting and the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi was reviewing that, one source said, adding the final list was yet to be finalized.

The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi declined to comment.

Other than his meeting with Indian business leaders and Modi, Trump is expected to attend an event at a stadium in Gujarat along the lines of the "Howdy Modi" extravaganza held in Houston last September during which the two leaders made a joint appearance.

(Reporting by Aditya Kalra and Alexandra Ulmer; Editing by Sanjeev Miglani and Angus MacSwan)

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