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Posted on May 09 2011

Let not new tech emerge from India: Obama to US

By  Editor
Updated April 03 2023
WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama wants America to stay ahead in the global race for clean energy innovation and wants his country to make sure that new technological breakthroughs do not take place in India and China. In his address to the workers at an transmission plant in Indiana, Obama said there is a growing realisation across the world that clean energy technology is the way to the future. "We're in a competition all around the world, and other countries—Germany, China, South Korea—they know that clean energy tech is what is going to help spur job creation and economic growth for years to come," Obama said. "This is why," he said, "we've got to we win that competition." Obama has time and again told Americans to tighten up in education and innovation to keep intact their lead over rapidly advancing countries like India and China. "I don't want the new breakthrough technologies taking place in China and India," the US President said. Rather, he said, he wants all those jobs generated in the US with US workers, American know-how and American ingenuity. 08 May 2011 For more news and updates, assistance with your visa needs or for a Free Assessment of your profile for Immigration or Work Visa’s just visit




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