A major trade agreement signed between Japan and India last month is likely to make it easier for English language teachers from India to work in Japan, the Guardian reports.
The pact covers trade in goods, services and investment and is expected to reduce tariffs in about 90% of trade between the two countries over the next 10 years.
In return for easing export of goods and services to India, Japan has agreed to liberalise the temporary movement of English language teachers, yoga practitioners, classical music performers and chefs. Source: Guardian.co.uk.
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