Japan To Invest Rs 13,000 crores In Northeast India

The Government of Japan planned to invest an amount of 205.784 billion Yenequal to Rs 13000 crores to complete new projects in different states of India’s North- Eastern region. 
This decision is disclosed after a meeting held with Minister Jitendra Singh with Japanese delegation led by Ambassador Kenji Hiramatsu.
The important topics where Japan collaborates include Guwahati Water Supply Project and Guwahati Sewage Project in Assam, Northeast Road Network 
The main project established all over Assam and Meghalaya and Biodiversity Conservation and Forest Management Project in Sikkim and Tripura, Technical Cooperation Project for Sustainable Agriculture & Irrigation in Mizoram, Forest Management Project in Nagaland.
The Japanese contribution to the development and transformation of the North-Eastern region in the last three to four years.
The new areas of collaboration to be worked out which could possibly include Bamboo-related collaboration. 

About Japan 
Prime minister: Shinzō Abe Trending
Capital: Tokyo
Currency: Japanese Yen

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