Here is the all star cast of the ET GBS 2017 – PM Modi to set the agenda on Day 1

NEW DELHI: When India’s political and business elite start heading to Delhi in March, it’s easy to infer that the Global Business Summit is around the corner. This year again, on March 27-28, it’s an unmatched all-star lineup of speakers at what is fast becoming the Davos of India. In the inaugural session of the yearly confab, Narendra Modi will address India’s best and brightest, who will be listening carefully as the PM, fresh from his thumping victory in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, could provide a peek into what may well define India’s economic future.

Over the two days, filling in details on PM Modi’s grand economic agenda will be key ministers Arun Jaitley, Nitin Gadkari and Piyush Goyal, each of whom is driving reforms and change in governance. And along with ministers to discuss and deliberate economic issues facing the industry will be India Inc captains, key policymakers and acclaimed academics.

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On the dais will be former US vice-president Dick Cheney, Xiaomi founder Lei Jun and noted economist Martin Feldstein along with 20-odd CEOs of global MNCs and India’s biggest companies. That’s how power-packed the GBS presented by YES Bank and The Economic Times is.