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Amazon plans 1m India jobs amid tensions with govt

IndiaTimes Friday, 17 January 2020
Amazon.com Inc said on Friday it planned to create 1 million jobs in India by 2025, a day after the country’s trade minister said the e-commerce giant’s recently unveiled $1 billion investment in the country was no big favour. Amazon said it would create new jobs in India through investments in infrastructure, technology and logistics.
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The Modi govt has given a cold shoulder to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos who is in India at a time its economy is witnessing a slowdown. Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal has gone so far as to say that Amazon is not doing India any favours by announcing a fresh $1 billion investment in the country....

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