CEO Jeff Bezos talks with Indian firms at Amazon's new annual SMBhav event in New Delhi. © AFP/Getty Images
CEO Jeff Bezos talks with Indian firms at Amazon's new annual SMBhav event in New Delhi. © AFP/Getty Images

Amazon to invest $1bn to help digitise Indian firms

15 January 2020

Amazon has announced a $1bn investment to open up the online market to Indian micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and traders.

The investment will give 10m Indian MSMEs access to Amazon’s platform and access to the global market, with the aim of generating $10bn in Indian exports by 2025.

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