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PM Modi Begins Japan Tour to Attend Annual Bilateral Summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Japan to participate in the annual bilateral summit in Tokyo.
●    In a pre-departure statement in Delhi on Wednesday, PM Modi said that the high-speed railway cooperation between the two countries would boost bilateral trade and investment.
●    During Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to India last year, the east Asian economic superpower committed itself to a high-speed railway line between Mumbai and Ahmedabad.
●    Stating that the India-Japan partnership was characterised as a Special Strategic and Global Partnership, PM Modi said that the two countries "see each other through a prism of shared Buddhist heritage, democratic values, and commitment to an open, inclusive and rules-based global order".
●    Today, Japan is one of the top investors in India. But many Japanese companies, which are household names in India, have been committed to the potential of Indian economy for several decades.
●    The Prime Minister said that in Tokyo he would have a detailed interaction with top business leaders from India and Japan to look for ways to further strengthen trade and investment ties.

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