Tim Cook and other leaders of the Silicon Valley to meet the indian Prime Minister
In today's day, twenty-one of the most important leaders of Silicon Valley have met with the indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visiting the United States.
Prime Minister Modi is in the United States in view of an important meeting to be held at the White House tomorrow, during a dinner with the president, Donald Trump. The first step of his journey, however, was devoted to meeting with important leaders of companies in tech, including Apple CEO Tim Cook and the executive chairman of Cisco John Chambers. India has embarked on a strong collaboration with the United States, in the military sphere, with the launch of a series of joint exercises to improve the defenses of the two states. In addition, this collaboration is also extended to the purchase of new weapons just from companies in the us.
India, however, in recent times it has become an important country for the growth of companies such as Apple, since that is one of the markets smartphone potentially the most interesting in the world. Not surprisingly, Tim Cook has been to India several times in his own and started a series of negotiations that ultimately led to a formal agreement to: Apple is committed to producing some of the iPhone in India, while the indian government gives the go-ahead to the construction of the various Apple Store in the country.
Today's meeting was also the occasion to confirm the good relations between India and the Apple.
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