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    India, Japan inks JV to build strategic infra

    India, Japan inks JV to build strategic infra
    In a major booster to the country’s infrastructure sector, India and Japan have joined hands in a big way to develop civilian and strategic infrastructure in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and also in the overseas arena that can uniquely benefit Singapore, claimed leading Indian researcher Rupakjyoti Borah, a visiting research fellow at the National University of Singapore. He further added that the Indo-Japan collaboration provides Singaporean infrastructure firms with business opportunities in India that are "too good to miss". The Singaporean firms could team up with Indian and Japanese companies not only to build, but also to maintain infrastructure projects in the port sector as Singapore has rich expertise in this area. India is developing the Chabahar Port in Iran, which some experts believe could be a potential counterweight to the deep-water Gwadar Port China is developing in south Pakistan. Both the Chabahar and Gwadar ports lie directly opposite the Gulf of Oman and adjacent to the Strait of Hormuz - an important sea lane to carry oil from the Persian Gulf.
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