Samsung announced on June 20 that it had completed the establishment of a display production unit in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, which was moved from China.
Financial Express reports that Samsung's Southwest Asia President and CEO Ken Kang and other delegates had called Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath on June 20, 2021. During the meeting, CM Yogi said that Samsung's Noida factory was a classic example of the 'Make in India' program. It assists young people in obtaining job opportunities in the state. He assured the group that the government would continue to support the firm in the future.
Samsung delegation said the Korean business sought to relocate the operation from China to India since the country has more investor-friendly policies and a more favorable industrial environment. The delegation also stated that the construction activity demonstrates the delegation's commitment to India and its goal of making Uttar Pradesh a manufacturing hub.
According to the Times of India, the company officials said along with being an enormous manufacturing unit, and it would be the biggest exporter of mobile phones from India.