Japan opens door to power companies buying into overseas projects

TOKYO — Japan will make it easier for domestic power companies to invest in overseas power plant projects as part of an effort to boost the country’s infrastructure exports to Southeast Asia. Letting trading houses and other businesses that spearhead such …
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