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There were 812 Japanese firms operating in India as of October, up from 267 in early 2006, underlining their aggressive pursuit to expand in the rapidly growing economy, according to data from the Japanese Embassy.

While many such firms are involved in the automotive and electronics industries, the Indian government has courted major Japanese companies involved in infrastructure development, such as power generation, urban development and railroads.

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