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Japan, US and India team to fund Indo-Pacific infrastructure

Countries coordinate in push for sustainable investment in response to China

Bangladesh stands to benefit from Japan, the U.S. and India pushing to support infrastructure around the Indo-Pacific region.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Japan, the U.S. and India have agreed to work together on infrastructure projects in the Indo-Pacific region as the countries look to counter growing investment by China.

The three nations will open a working-level dialogue, hoping to begin projects soon, after representatives from their foreign ministries reached the agreement in New Delhi on Wednesday.

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