PM Modi's upcoming visit to World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meet at Davos on January 23 is one of the prime highlights of the interview.
Trump's January 26 speech at Davos comes as his administration prepares for a penultimate round of NAFTA talks and as he considers imposing broad restrictions on steel and aluminum imports, a policy which is aimed at China but risks rebounding on the European Union. "A message that we are taking to Davos now will be that we are deadly serious about addressing corruption".
"The US footprint this year will be quite considerable", WEF president Borge Brende told Reuters. Trump will be the first sitting U.S. president to attend in person since Bill Clinton in 2000.
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In his speech, Trump is expected to urge the world to invest in the United States to take advantage of his deregulatory and tax cut policies, stress his "America First" agenda and call for fairer, more reciprocal trade, the official said.
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Trump will be making his maiden appearance at the event as U.S. president and is scheduled to meet French president Emmanuel Macron.
Trump will be just one of a record line-up of political leaders, from Angolan President João Lourenço to Zimbabwe's Emmerson Mnangagwa.
According to the minister, the atmosphere in Davos is "very good" and several requests have been received from various industries and CEOs from different nations to meet the Prime Minister.
Business leaders, politicians and representatives from non-government organisations will be among those in Davos for the forum.
"I feel that after (the PM) telling them about various schemes in India, the investment opportunities in the country will increase further, therefore the Prime Minister going there (to Davos) is really significant", Mr Prabhu said.