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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, seeking to perform a balancing act between two Asian giants, invited his visiting Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, to a scenic resort near Mount Fuji for a luncheon Sunday, just a day after returning from talks with the leader of China — India’s strategic and economic rival.

Abe and Modi were to hold a formal summit Monday in Tokyo, during which fortifying bilateral security and economic cooperation is expected to be high on the agenda.

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