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Minister Meets Electronics H/w Industry to Discuss Steps to Fast forward PLI, EoDB & Electronics Repair Services

Minister meets electronics h/w industry


Minister Meets Electronics H/w Industry to Discuss Steps to Fast forward PLI, EoDB & Electronics Repair Services

MAIT the apex industry body for IT, Telecom & Electronics H/w had extensive deliberations with MeitY. The meeting was presided by the Hon’ble Minister Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw who discussed the way forward to achieving the $300 Bn Electronics H/w manufacturing target by 2026.

The meeting was attended by Global Industry captains of major Global & Indian IT hardware companies. Among the leader were captains from Acer, Dell, Cisco, Flex, HPE, Apple, HPI, Lenovo, Oppo, (Prose Technology Private limited (a Rosenberger Co), Samsung and Indian Industry captains from Netweb, Sahasra (InfoPower), Tube Investments, Velankanni among others.

In the meeting with MeitY the participants jointly reviewed incentives required to make PLI a grand success. The participants also deliberated steps required towards enabling the Prime Minister’s vision of Make in India.

“Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji’s vision of ‘Make in India’ is the driving force behind creating Aatmanirbhar Electronics Manufacturing ecosystem. Government and industry are closely working together to achieve our shared goal of $300 billion in the ESDM sector. We are committed to solve all issues and concerns that the industry brought up during today’s extensive meeting.” said Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw, Union Minister for Electronics & IT, Communications and Railways.

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Speaking on the occasion Mr. Nitin Kunkolienker President MAIT added that the meeting also focussed on weeding out regulatory and compliance related challenges being faced by the Industry to enable Ease of Doing Business. On MAIT’s proposal for Electronic H/w Repair, Refurbishment and Calibration services being the next sunrise sector for India, he said that the Hon’ble Minister has appreciated the proposal and has asked all stakeholders to work together to take it forward.

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