Baylan said Swedish companies are eyeing great opportunities under the Make in India initiative to offer knowledge and innovative solutions in healthcare, sustainable practices and environmental protection for rapid transformation and good governance.
The minister said more than 200 Swedish companies have a presence in India. About 55 of them are manufacturing and have been able to create more than two lakh direct jobs and 20 lakh indirect jobs.
Baylan met Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, who said India has reduced corporate taxes to attract foreign and domestic investments to boost economic growth.
A day earlier, President Ram Nath Kovind said there is potential for India and Sweden to do a lot more, especially in clean technologies, circular economy, water partnership and next-generation infrastructure.
He also hosted a banquet in the honour of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.