Tuesday, June 13, 2006


New Delhi: India is a favoured destination for Japanese investments with a whopping 71 percent of the Japanese companies surveyed saying they would increase their stakes in the country.Kerala

New Delhi, June 13
In a move to attract foreign investment in the state, Madhya Pradesh Minister for Industries Babu Lal Gaur today left for Japan where he would also explore the possibility of exporting traditional handloom products and handicrafts, made in its two districts of Chhindwara and Seoni, to Japanese markets. (The Tribune
SINGAPORE: After a decade of stop-start recoveries, Japan's economy seems to be finally taking off.

Experts say this time around, the recovery will be sustainable and may be strong enough to offset some of the impact of a potential hard landing in the United States.

Asian economies can expect to benefit as Japanese firms begin re-investing their profits in the region.Channel NewsAsia)


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