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Japan committed to push infrastructure exports

Public, private sectors hope new game plan leads to competitive bids

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe pose in front of a bullet train under construction at Kawasaki Heavy Industries' Hyogo factory on Nov. 12, 2016.

TOKYO -- Japan's government is working to wrap up a revised strategy for promoting infrastructure exports. The focus is on comprehensive support for urban development projects -- from initial planning to regulatory development to fundraising.

The government plans to approve the revised strategy before Thursday. Once approved, the plan will be included in the government's 2017 basic policies on economic and fiscal management and reform. These policies are to be finalized next month.

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