Finmin signs MoU with Japan for bullet train training centre

NEW DELHI: The finance ministry today signed an agreement with Japan to set up a training institute for Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project along with others pacts, envisaging a total loan commitment of about Rs 6,000 crore. The training institute will …
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