Despite a prolonged recession in Japan and a language barrier, Wipro Ltd., a major Indian software services firm, is moving aggressively to take a bigger bite of the market here.

Wipro Chairman Azim Premji said Wipro, which entered Japan in 1995, plans to set up a midsize development center in or near Tokyo by the end of this year to upgrade its software services for customers here.

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