Japanese Interpreter India
Japan was once taken as super power in terms of electronic product manufacturing, all over the globe. In that era America, Europe and very few other countries were in this sector of manufacturing industry. “Made in Japan” acts as a trademark for the consumers, and sold out like hot cake; without any apprehensions. This was a timeframe and completes a U turn or a circle, over a period of time. Moment has arrived and “Made in Japan” and its importance has lost its significance. Its high time and China has taken the advantage taking over the crown and becoming world’s most preferred destination for the manufacturing industry, due to its better and supportive infrastructure, Cheap labor Cost and overall one window system for accomplishing all the government official work, related with setting up the industry and post setup work for the owners. World is acknowledging these things and China has overtaken various other facilitation and titles from Japan over the decades. But this is still the one aspect of comparing Japan and China. Japan is way ahead of China in various other qualitative work; still having the top notch capacity and dealing with the world market.
In August 2000, the Japanese Prime Minister visited India. At this meeting, Japan and India agreed to establish "Japan-India Global Partnership in the 21st Century. "Indian Prime Minister Vajpayee visited Japan in December, 2001, where both Prime Ministers issued "Japan-India Joint Declaration." In April, 2005, Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi visited India and signed Joint Statement "Japan-India Partnership in the New Asian Era: Strategic Orientation of Japan-India Global Partnership. "Japan is currently India’s fourth largest source of foreign direct investment. In October 2008, Japan signed an agreement with India under which it would provide the latter a low-interest loan worth US$4.5 billion to construct a railway project between Delhi and Mumbai. This is the single largest overseas project being financed by Japan and reflected growing economic partnership between the two nations.