Tim Cook met with the Prime Minister of india
At the conclusion of his visit to India, the CEO of Apple Tim Cook has met with the indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to discuss the future plans of the company in the country.
The trip to India Tim Cook is coming to an end, but a few hours ago was held the most important meeting of the entire tour: the Apple CEO discussed with the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, to speak of the investments in which the company wants to make in the country and of the possibilities that may open in the future. Tim Cook has confirmed the interest of Apple to open a manufacturing facility in India along with Foxconn, but also the intent to start sales of used products and to usher the first Apple Store.
Cook has also spoken of the immense potential for the development of applications in the country, especially after the opening of a specialised centre, maintained by the same Apple. Tim Cook has also shown this potential, the Prime Minister, with the apps to follow the games of cricket, to make a virtual visit to the Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai, or to manage the relationships between public administration and citizens.
Prime Minister Modi was said to pleased with these initiatives and it is sure that Apple will have an important role in the technological and economic development of the country.
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