JAPANESE BELIEVE IN INDIA'S STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE: AUTHOR SANJEEV SINHA

The Japanese find it "difficult" to operate in "jugaad-oriented India" (the culture of improvisation) but have found a financial route solution to this.

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