Google will invest $10bn (£7.93bn) in India in the next five to seven years, the chief executive of its parent company Alphabet Inc has announced.
Sundar Pichai spoke at the annual Google for India event, held online.
The investment will be used to build products and services for India, help businesses go digital and use technology “for social good”.
“This is a reflection of our confidence in the future of India and its digital economy,” Mr Pichai said.
With more than 500 million active internet users in the country, India is perhaps the biggest potential growth market for Google.
The investment will be made through the Google for India Digitisation Fund.
Mr Pichai said the fund would focus on areas to scale up digital infrastructure in India.