Michael S Burke, Chairman & CEO, said that, “The group, with a presence in 150 countries, planned to build on the Make in India, smart cities and clean Ganga programmes to step up its involvement in the infrastructure space across the country.
“We see huge potential for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of developing smart cities in the country. We have done similar development work around the globe,” added Burke.
“Our India business has grown rapidly in the last few years. India revenue is currently pegged around $100 million,” said Burke,
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