Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the opening of the ambitious Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity (IPEF) in Tokyo on Monday, an endeavor aimed at deeper collaboration among like-minded countries in sectors such as renewable energy, supply-chain resilience, and digital commerce. Modi left on Sunday evening for Japan, primarily to attend the Quad leaders’ second in-person summit on May 24.
Separate meetings with the prime minister are scheduled for Monday with NEC Corporation chairman Nobuhiro Endo, Uniqlo president Tadashi Yanai, Suzuki Motor Corporation adviser Osamu Suzuki, and Softbank Group Corporation board director Masayoshi Son.
Modi will also attend a roundtable discussion with Japanese business executives and meet with the Indian community on the first day of his visit to Tokyo.
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