Ravi Shankar Prasad, India’s minister of communications and information technology, said yesterday in an interaction with overseas Indians in Biha province that India was emerging as a large manufacturing center and that the global manufacturer ecosystem was aware of the need to find factories outside China. Prasa pointed out that he was told that Apple had already transferred about eight OEM factories from China to India, while Samsung had set up factories in India and wanted to continue to expand its scale. < / P > < p > at present, Taiwan’s Hon Hai and Weichuang have set up factories in India to manufacture iPhones for apple, and are expanding their production capacity; another important supplier of apple, Heshuo, also reported in July that it had applied to set up a branch in Chennai and was looking for suitable land to set up factories. When modi’s government came to power in 2014, India had only two mobile phone factories, and now there are more than 250, Prasa said. India is launching the “self reliance” program with manufacturing related incentives, inviting companies from all over the world to come to India. He believes that this means that India is a major economy in the world and has become a good economic force to support the world economy. Skip to content