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Japan to Up  India Investments
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Japan to Up India Investments

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has assured Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on increased Japanese investment flow to her state saying his government was closely watching the changes in investment climate there, PTI reported. “India and Japan are friends. Japanese companies are being encouraged to invest overseas and it is likely that Rajasthan too shall see increased investment flow from Japan”, Abe told Raje in Tokyo. He said that the Japanese government and investors have been closely watching the improvement in the investment climate of the state. Raje briefed the Japanese premier on the recent initiatives in the state and explained the growth in the Neemrana region, the country’s first exclusive Japanese Industrial area, where over 200 Japanese live and work.

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