By 2047, Piyush Goyal aims to see India’s economy grow to be worth over $30 trillion


On Sunday, Piyush Goyal, India’s Commerce Minister, addressed students at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras while in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. The world now recognizes that India’s time has come, said Piyush Goyal.

The Minister of Commerce pointed out that “Americans and Europeans would also like to interact with sustainability, newer technology at an accessible price, and they would look forward to you for that.” In another instance, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal said on Sunday that today’s meeting with exporters had been the most interesting in Chennai and he had taken note of all the comments.

The minister also said that the southern state ranks second in gross domestic product (SGDP) in the state and is a major exporter of textiles, leather, sea foods and components. automobiles.

At Madipakkam bus stand in Chennai, Piyush Goyal was opening exhibits for Union Government programs as part of the public engagement effort. He said the nation was immensely proud of Tamil Nadu for helping in nation building and nation advancement. Tamil Nadu leader K Annamalai has also been mentioned as the future of the state.

He noted the great developments taking place in Tamil Nadu and predicted that India’s economy will reach $20 trillion by 2047 when our nation celebrates its 100th anniversary. The state chairman of BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) in the state is K Annamalai.

“Exports of services and goods will reach $1 trillion in 2030,” he continued, “and even in other sectors of the economy.” “I applaud India for empowering women. The nation’s ideals, culture, heritage and family value system have increased its economic value,” the minister said. “I am confident that with our strength, $75 billion in exports will be achieved shortly, and India will climb to 11% in exports,” Piyush Goyal added. He said, “Together we can achieve anything in India. I appreciated hearing all your suggestions, and I made a note to try to solve the problems as soon as possible.


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