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Speaking at the India Economic Summit organised by the World Economic Forum, Mastercard President and CEO Ajay S Banga said India accounts for 3 per cent of the company's global revenues and 14 per cent of its employee strength.
"We have bought a couple of companies in India... that's where the investments have been in the last 2-3 years. We are continuing with that. We are in the process of looking at other acquisitions and also organic investment," Banga said.
"We have committed... to invest $800 million in India over the next 4-5 years," Banga added.
Mastercard had first bought a stake in an Indian company, software solutions and payments management firm ElectraCard Services (ECS), in 2010. It fully acquired ECS in 2014.