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India's largest news agency, Press Trust of India is a non-profit sharing cooperative owned by the country's newspapers. PTI's subscribers include newspapers, television channels, the state-run All India Radio and Doordarshan, the national broadcaster, government organisations, websites and several media and non-media organisations. With a staff of 1300 including 400 journalists, PTI has over 70 bureaus across the country and corresondents in major cities in the world.

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Kyoto: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, wave during their visit in Toji Temple in Kyoto, western Japan. PTI

Kyoto: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, wave during their visit in Toji Temple in Kyoto, western Japan. PTI

Japanese industry sees better ties with India under Modi as PM

Tokyo, Sep 1 (PTI) Having worked with him as Gujarat
Chief Minister, Japanese industry today expressed confidence
that under the Prime Ministership of Narendra Modi the
bilateral relations will witness enhancement as they showed
interest in working their Indian counterparts.
"We have seen how Gujarat progressed under your strong
leadership. I am confident that Modi will use his skills at
the national level also," said Chairman of Japanese Business
Chamber Akio Mimura.
"We have got confidence that under your robust and strong
leadership, India and Japan will develop their relations to
truly reflect the kind of closeness," he said in his
thanksgiving address after Modi's speech to business leaders
of India and Japan.
Mimura said his chamber has the membership of 1.26
million with SMES forming the major component.
Japanese SMES are eagerly waiting to do work with Indian
counterparts, he said. PTI