Google Announces Digitization Fund for India

Published on July 14, 2020
Current Context: The global tech giant Google has announced to invest $10 billion in India with an aim to digitize the Indian Economy. The funds are allotted under ‘Google for India Digitisation Fund’.
Google Announces Digitization Fund for India

  • The announcement of this investment was made during the virtual meeting between PM Narendra Modi and Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
  • The investment of USD 10 billion will be utilised by India for 5-7 years in giving a digital platform to various sectors of the Indian economy.
  • The primary focus of digitization will be on: (a) Affordable access to Indian languages (b) Enhancing AI in areas like health, agriculture, and education (c) Empowering business (d) Developing new products and services.
  • Static part: 
    • HQ of Google: California, United States

Question: 

Q.1 Google has announced to invest ______ in India with an aim to digitize the Indian Economy?
a. $20 billion
b. $15 billion
c. $5 billion
d. $10 billion

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