Japan seeks out more global infrastructure projects

TOKYO — Japan’s transport ministry is keeping an eye on 22 additional overseas projects, such as plans for an urban railway in Bangkok and a subway in Manila, for the next three to four years as part of its push to export infrastructure. The Japanese …
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