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Japan and India are likely to agree on upgrading their currency swap arrangement in an effort to ease tension in India over the rapid withdrawal of funds by overseas investors amid global economic uncertainty, a senior Japanese official said.

The previous accord between the two Asian powerhouses, signed in 2008 to provide up to $3 billion to each other when necessary in exchange for their respective currencies, has expired.

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