Nov 15, 2016 - Crunch time for realty, players may tap private equity, NBFCs for funds

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The India-Japan partnership is one that could redefine Asia (and possibly the world) in this century. India needs a major partner (and investor) that is in sync with its 'Act East' policy. Japan is looking to expand its 'Expanded Partnership for Quality Infrastructure' (EPQI) program, and gain access to Africa and exert influence in the Indian ocean. China looms as a threat to both nations. A geo-political analysis of the India-Japan partnership in this TradeBriefs Exclusive here.

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