Modi says India is committed to reforms, calls for global effort on cryptocurrencies

Davos 2022, Wef

17/1/2022 9:24:00 PM

Modi says India is committed to reforms, calls for global effort on cryptocurrencies Davos2022 WEF WEF 2022 DELHI - India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought to woo investors by promising that the fastest growing economy in the world was committed to reforms, and called for a collective global effort to deal with the problems posed by cryptocurrencies.

Mr Modi, in his address at the World Economic Forum's (WEF) Davos Agenda online conference on Monday (Jan 17), noted that India was successfully moving ahead with its economic agenda despitefighting the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic."India is fighting cautiously and vigilantly a new wave of the Covid pandemic. At the same time, on the economic front, India is moving forward with many results that give us hope," he said.

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