Japan Tops China in Race to Build India's First High-Speed Rail

  • $15 billion deal reflects close ties between Modi and Abe
  • Contract comes after China won Indonesian rail deal over Japan

India selected Japan to help build its first high-speed rail link in a coup for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and a defeat for China, which also had bid for the signature project.

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