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The government is planning to help improve transport connectivity in South and Southeast Asia by renovating existing roads and building new ones, sources familiar with the matter said Monday.

The infrastructure support plan, aimed at strengthening economic ties within regions including India and Myanmar, is Japan’s answer to Chinese-led projects launched to link southern China and South Asia by road and rail.

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