India can become the export hub of the world, says Alstom India MD, Alain Spohr If a well-designed incentive scheme is provided, it could be a mega boost for India, he said, adding that some sort of subsidies or financial incentives could spur companies to bring large investments to the country.
Alstom India eyes over Rs 8,600 cr revenue in next fiscal "In short, we grow when India grows. The demand for sustainable mobility solutions is increasing and this sector is bullish," Alain Spohr, managing director of Alstom India, told reporters here. He further said, "Our target is to reach 1-billion-euro revenue from India by next year (fiscal)... There is a little bit of Alstom in every metro project in India."
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