India is expected to become the biggest recipient of Japan’s long-term, low-interest yen loans for the first time in fiscal 2003, taking over the position held by China since fiscal 1999, government sources said Thursday.

While country-by-country loan amounts in fiscal 2003 will be determined at the end of March, China will not be the biggest recipient.

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