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India becomes world’s 2nd largest phone maker on Make-in-India initiative: Modi

BGR India Tuesday, 10 July 2018
India becomes world’s 2nd largest phone maker on Make-in-India initiative: ModiPrime Minister Narendra Modi said his government’s pet ‘Make in India’ initiative has propelled India to become the world’s second-largest manufacturer of mobile phones as the number of factories soared to 120 from just 2 four years ago. Speaking at the opening of the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturing facility on the outskirts of the […]
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