Japan to push business ties in India

17-August-2007

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will be taking 200 business executives to India on August 21-23. The two countries have already agreed to forge an economic partnership agreement within two years, and they also have an ambitious plan to build, with Japanese assistance, a $90 billion industrial corridor with state-of-the-art infrastructure linking Delhi and Mumbai.

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