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Japan's $12 billion 'Make in India' fund to push investments
NEW DELHI: Japan on Saturday committed itself to billions of dollars of investments in India, including a $12-billion loan at negligible interest for the much touted "Bullet Train" and another $12 billion for " Make in India" initiative.

Tokyo to back India-bound business with 1.5tn yen
TOKYO -- The Japanese government will create a 1.5 trillion yen ($12.3 billion) loan and investment program to help domestic companies do business in India.

Iran may seal $4.5-bn undersea gas pipeline agreement with India
The base case originates in Oman, at the Middle East Compression Station, and ends in India, at the Gujarat Pipeline Receiving Terminal, near Porbandar.

Japan to lend Rs 5,479 cr for Ahmedabad, Chennai metro rails
Japan will give development assistance loan worth Rs 5,479 crore to India for Chennai and Ahmedabad Metro projects, the Finance Ministry said today.

Singapore, India lift ties to strategic partnership
Singapore (VNA) – Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on November 24 signed a joint declaration on a strategic partnership with the aim to expand bilateral cooperation in key areas like defence, economy, trade and investment.

India, UK Announce Deals Worth 9 Billion Pounds
LONDON: India and the UK today announced deals worth 9-billion pounds as they signed a civil nuclear pact and decided to collaborate in the field of defence and cyber security besides launching a railway rupee bond.

India expected to grow by 7.25%: OECD Report
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released its report on India ‘India-Economic Forecast’ on November 9, 2015.

GE lands $2.6 billion Indian railway deal
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - General Electric Co has won a $2.6 billion contract to supply India's railways with 1,000 diesel locomotives, as the state-owned network looks to foreign capital to help it modernise.

China stalling India’s exports, says Commerce Minister
Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday expressed concern over China continuing to “make efforts to stall” India’s exports to that country.

India positioned more favourably for future than China: World Economic Forum
WASHINGTON: In the coming years, India is positioned much more favourably than China in terms of growth, the World Economic Forum has said though it observed that it is not entirely smooth sailing just yet.