外文标题：ET Global Business Summit: PM Modi's core team sheds light on ambition to make India a $20 tn economy
On the second day of the ET Global Business Summit (GBS), senior ministers of the Narendra Modi government provided details of their plans to back the prime minister's vision of upgrading India from a $2 trillion economy to a $20 trillion one. A day after Modi, as chief guest at the summit, outlined the vision, railways minister Suresh Prabhu and information technology and information minister Ravi Shankar Prasad made it clear that they wanted to overhaul their respective ministries and undertake a generational leap rather than carrying out incremental changes.
在经济时报全球商业峰会的第二天，莫迪政府的高级部长们提供了计划的细节，支持总理把印度从2万亿美元经济体升级到20万亿美元经济体的愿景。作为峰会的贵宾，莫迪概述了这一愿景。一天后，铁道部长Suresh Prabhu和信息技术和信息部长Ravi Shankar Prasad清晰阐明会彻底革新各自部门，进行代际改革，而不是执行增量改变。
Attracting investment to expand the capacity of the railways which faced a cash crunch and ensuring digitization of government services for people who lived in the remotest corners of India were priority for the new government.
On Friday at the GBS, Modi had said that the country was making the transition from a "winter of subdued achievement" to a "new spring". He had also asked why India could not dream of making the transition from a $2 trillion economy to a $20 trillion one.
A. S. Mathew (U.S.A.)
Realistic optimism is great, over-optimism is dangerous, but how to define this Himalayan economic fantasy dream which has bypassed all the dreams and logic.
Indian Government must invest atleast a part of Indian Forex Reserves in Indian Railways, Infrastructure and Gold. Oil imports can be paid in Gold rather than US Dollar. At present Idle Indian Forex Reserves are only defending the US Dollar.
rajiv agrawal (london)
lets only hope it fructifies soon
Kishor Shah (Unknown)
Rama mohana Kodali (Usa)
Modi does not carry any baggage, he is very much committed and he will do