Prime Minister Narendra Modi today urged BRICS nations to work together for creating a skilled, equitable and digital world and said the poorest of the poor ought to be integrated into the financial mainstream. Addressing the 'BRICS emerging market and developing countries Dialogue' here, he said the five emerging economies - BRICS member nations can drive global transformation while insisted that cyber security and hi-tech solutions ought to be made use of. He said the BRICS nations comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa should work collectively for a digital world and skilled world that would ensure an healthier equitable world and harmonious future
Earlier In an intervention on Monday at the Dialogue with BRICS Business Council , Prime Minister Modi said that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows were at an all-time high, rising by 40 per cent.
"India has moved up in the World Bank Index of Ease of Doing Business," he said. “Similarly, we have moved up 32 spots in last two years in the Global Competitiveness Index. The Goods and Services Tax that was introduced in July and is India’s biggest economic reform measure ever,” said Modi.