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Eyeing a new digital society where a variety of data will be better utilized for people’s lives and industrial activities, Japan and India have stepped up cooperation in the area of digital infrastructure.

The two countries are particularly focusing on sharing information on the development of digital infrastructure to improve architecture design, according to a joint statement recently released by the Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan, the Japan External Trade Organization, and the Indian Software Product Industry Roundtable.

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