Modi said that technology had made financial inclusion possible for 1.3 billion Indians (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) © AAP/PA Images
Modi said that technology had made financial inclusion possible for 1.3 billion Indians (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) © AAP/PA Images

Modi tells fintech firms: ‘India is your best destination’

21 November 2018

Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has said technology has the power to tackle corruption and improve the lives of the most marginalised.

Addressing the Singapore Fintech Festival, Modi said through the power of fintech, financial inclusion has been made possible for 1.3bn Indians since 2014 and more than 1.2bn biometric identities have been created in this time, as well as 330m new bank accounts opened.

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