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Japan shifts focus of its development assistance to Indo-Pacific

Countering China, Tokyo sends over 70% of its aid to region

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi at groundbreaking ceremony for a high-speed rail project in India.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Japan is making economic cooperation with the Indo-Pacific region a diplomatic priority, with more than 70% of its official development assistance going there.

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