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In bid to boost investment, PM Narendra Modi proposes 'Japan Week'

"Met top business CEOs and highlighted the numerous investment opportunities in India," the Prime Minister said in a tweet

India-Japan are 'natural partners', PM Modi tells Indian community in Tokyo
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Seeking greater investments in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday proposed celebrating Japan's contribution to the country's development journey in the form of a Japan Week'.
Modi chaired a roundtable with Japanese business leaders here in which top executives and CEOs of 34 Japanese companies participated. The majority of these companies have investments and operations in India. The companies represented diverse sectors, including automobiles, electronics, semiconductors, steel, technology, trading and banking and finance, an official statement said.
"Met top business CEOs and highlighted the numerous investment opportunities in India," the Prime Minister said in a tweet.
Stressing that India and Japan are

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First Published: May 24 2022 | 12:40 AM IST

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