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Three business organizations to send joint delegation to China in November

  • 2015-05-27 15:00:00
  • , Tokyo Shimbun
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(Tokyo Shimbun: May 27, 2015 – p. 7)

 

 Keidanren [Japan Business Federation], the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) and the Japan-China Economic Association will send a joint delegation to China in November. Keidanren President Sadayuki Sakakibara disclosed the plan at a regular press conference on May 26. This will be the first time for the three associations to send a joint delegation China. Keidanren, which consists mainly of major corporations, and the JCCI, which represents smaller firms, will strengthen their cooperative ties in the Japan-China economic field.

 

 After saying that “sending delegations separately by the three lobbies has limited the opportunities for exchanges with China’s business circles and government officials,” Sakakibara stated, “We will be able to convey the message that the Japanese business lobbies seek to deepen exchanges with China,” expressing his expectations for the joint delegation to China.

 

 Moreover, he said, “Sending a joint delegation will make it possible to hold various types of economic exchanges with Chinese companies of different sizes. There will also be an opportunity to meet with Chinese government leaders.”

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