"I am committed to raise relations with India to the level of those with our four major powers around the Korean peninsula", Moon said, adding that this commitment was embodied in his new southern policy outlined previous year.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who is visiting India for the first time along with PM Modi will jointly inaugurate this factory.
The PM added the number of manufacturing factories in mobiles had gone up to 120 from just two since 2014. "If our two countries can pool our efforts to succeed in lunar exploration, we will bring much hopes and dreams to our people", he said.
Samsung witnessed 27 per cent growth in revenues from India in the financial year 2016-17 and if the progress continues, it might also start producing flagship products in television and refrigerator category.
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"We invite trusted global brands like Samsung to be a part of the new Indian business culture", Modi said.
Samsung is without a doubt the biggest name in the Android world, and so if you are considering purchasing a new phone, logic dictates you may be looking to pick up a phone made by the ... Over the weekend, Samsung opened the world's largest mobile phone factory on the outskirts of Delhi, via Bloomberg.
In June 2017, Samsung had announced an investment of ₹4,915 crore to add capacity at the Noida plant, under the Uttar Pradesh government's Mega Policy.
This is Moon's first-ever state visit to India after he took over as the President past year.
India is a country with a population of 1.3 billion people, and yet there are only 425 million smartphone users.