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Adani's new 'big money maker' plan: Selling data services to Amazon, Google It's an approach that's been a hallmark of Adani's empire: Pick a hot new industry -- especially one favored by the government -- build the infrastructure, and keep going till you hit the top

Current Affairs: A string of successful bets on ports, mining and commodities helped transform Gautam Adani from a nondescript diamond trader into a tycoon with a net worth of $10 billion. Now the Indian businessman is setting his sight on what he believes could become another big money maker: Selling data storage services to companies such as Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google.


India’s government is weighing a new law that would require data to be stored locally, and his conglomerate Adani Enterprises Ltd. has said it expects to invest Rs 700 billion ($10.2 billion) to build data parks in a southern state over the next two decades. The billionaire’s hope is to capitalize on demand from foreign technology companies, who are expanding in India as the use of smartphones and Internet surges. If the proposed law goes through “it will explode data storage requirements, and that will need capacity,” Adani said in a rare interview in New Delhi. “This will be a multi-billion-dollar project that will bring in the Googles and the Amazons of the world.” Read More

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Adani's new 'big money maker' plan: Selling data services to Amazon, Google  

Read more about Adani's new 'big money maker' plan: Selling data services to Amazon, Google on Business Standard. It's an approach that's be...

Adani's new 'big money maker' plan: Selling data services to Amazon, Google  

Read more about Adani's new 'big money maker' plan: Selling data services to Amazon, Google on Business Standard. It's an approach that's be...

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