Google is investing $10 billion in India's digitization fund
Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, expressed his honor in meeting Prime Minister Modi during the historic US visit.
Google has been operating in India since 2004, with offices in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Gurgaon - Delhi NCR, Mumbai, and Pune
The move recognizes India's leadership in fintech and aims to support businesses in India, the US, and worldwide
In 2020, Google announced the Google for India Digitization fund with a commitment of $10 billion.
Google announced the opening of the Google Fintech Global Operations Center in GIFT City, Gujarat
Indian enterprises and unicorns, such as Jio, Adani, Mahindra Group, Sharechat, HDFC Bank, and Glance Roposo, benefit from Google Cloud and AI offerings
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