Modi, who left on May 14, spent three days in China. He visited Xi'an, Beijing and Shanghai, and held talks with the Chinese leadership.

He then went to Mongolia on May 17, becoming the first Indian Prime Minister ever to visit the northeast Asian country.

He was in South Korea on May 18-19, during which he held talks with President Park Gyeun-hye.

PM Modi sealed 26 deals with China and seven with South Korea. He announced USD one billion credit line to Mongolia.

PM Modi during the tour wooed investors from China and South Korea. He promised to give "personal attention" to making conditions "more conducive" for them to do business in India. He said his government is working aggressively to make India a very easy place to do business.

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