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- When can AはBです mean 'A has B' 2 answers
I'm currently reading this article
Which has the following sentence:
My translation: There is a plan to export small rice cookers, which have become popular in India.
The sentence ends with 予定です but I don't understand why. I would expect it to end with 予定があります instead. Since for me 予定があります would translate to "there is a plan", where just 予定です would be "it's a plan"