@Reuters
Reuters
9 days ago
Executives familiar with the thinking of major U.S. tech firms say perceptions of India as an alternative, more accessible growth market to China are changing, and that longstanding plans for India's role in their operations are being reviewed https://t.co/IahBObgwHg https://t.co/qmFm0OfLKH
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@er_ashishk77
Ashish Kaul
9 days ago
@Reuters Amazing and outrageous....Talked about by companies who are not even legally allowed in China... Childish pressure tactics and a paid articles probably to avoid being accountable legally in India 😊 God bless America and silicon valley buffoons......
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@krylormaximus
Krylor
9 days ago
@Reuters So, they are torn between the "Devil" and "Deep sea".
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@AnirudhaPSingh
AnirudhaSingh🇮🇳
9 days ago
@Reuters Hahaha,Please Settle in China
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@Ashtweet13
Ashtweet
9 days ago
@Reuters & hence India had record FDI inflows!paid p*MPs can keep cooking articles
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@himanshu_dilli
Himanshu
9 days ago
@Reuters 😂American firms really hate competition. When Rupay was launched in India, Mastercard wrote letters to congressmen to take action against rupay. Right now Rupay is giving them stiff competition in indian market. Same will go with American social media companies.
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@Pun_Tweets
Pun_Tweets
9 days ago
@Reuters Good. This will give rise to domestic players and domestic investment. UPI payment scheme is already putting heavy dent in Visa/MasterCard market share.
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