10Make in India:
Make in India was a type of Swadeshi movement which was launched by the Narendra Modi government in September 2014, whose aim was to encourage Indian as well as Multinational companies to manufacture in India, as well as to increase their investments. Foreign Direct Investment was increased to 100% in all 25 sectors except for space, defence and news media. As a result of the launch, a plethora of established companies decided to set up shop in India. The Japanese car company, Kia Motors invested the US $1.1 billion towards a car manufacturing plant in Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh. This would be the maiden foray of Kia into the Indian automobile sector. The plant is expected to hire 3,000 people and manufacture 300,000 cars annually. Kia would eventually invest the US $2 billion in India and end up generating more than 10,000 jobs in the Indian market. Thurst Aircraft Pvt Ltd has also signed a MoU with the Maharashtra government to build an aeroplane manufacturing plant with an investment of US $5.2 billion.