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Several countries expected to adopt India's tech stack in Feb: Minister

India not looking to monetise platform's features that can be helpful to countries for digitising economies

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India stack comprises a host of open source software APIs of government-backed services

Sourabh Lele New Delhi
Several countries are expected to join India Stack in February to utilise the open source code and architecture of platforms such as Aadhaar and Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and develop similar services for their citizens, said a minister on Tuesday.

Rajeev Chandrasekhar, the minister of state (MoS) for Electronics and Information Technology, said countries may start work during the World Government Summit, 2023 in Abu Dhabi from February 13 to 15.

India Stack comprises open source software application programming interfaces (APIs) of government-backed services. The open-source model has a plethora of computer languages, architecture, libraries, and user interfaces.

Chandrasekhar announced

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First Published: Jan 24 2023 | 6:01 PM IST

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