AADHAR, UPI, Aarogya Setu & CoWin App has been India’s incredible success towards digitization
Mr Himanshu Kapania, Vice Chairman, Grasim & Director Telecom, Aditya Birla Management Corporation Pvt Ltd. & Chair, BBC Working Group on Digital Economy (India) at the BRICS Business Forum, said India aims to develop Digitization of healthcare with an exchange program among BRICS nations to support and implement health monitoring & use of AI in drug development. He further recommended the following areas for promoting cooperation amongst BRICS countries:
Skills and infrastructure
Best practices among the member countries.
Promoting new technologies & critical infrastructure issues.
Smart manufacturing and Digitization of healthcare.
While addressing the session on Leveraging Digital Technologies for Better Governance and Higher Growth, he added, “The world’s largest biometric system AADHAR, the instant payment system UPI, the Aarogya Setu & the CoWin Apps have been India’s incredible success towards digitization in financial and healthcare sector”.
The BRICS Business Forum, one of the key events organised by the BRICS Business Council, offers a platform for members of the BRICS Business Community to discuss and deliberate on key economic cooperation areas and make recommendations on intra-BRICS trade and industry issues.
To further strengthen the trade and economy within the BRICS, the Department of Commerce, Government of India along with FICCI, is organizing the 2nd BRICS Trade Fair which is the largest platform for Indian companies to meet and network with counterpart businesses from Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa. The organizers have informed that 600+ companies from the BRICS Nations will showcase their products and services at the expo and over 15 Investment agencies & States/provinces are showcasing Investment opportunities in their respective regions.
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