UEA prepares to establish two-sided business council with Japan to boost co-op
(MENAFN) In an attempt to surge exchange relations, the UAE and Japan reached deal to establish a mutual business council that is going to boost collaboration and ease advanced movement of business communities among the two nations.
The Federation of UAE Chambers of Commerce and Industry, as well as Japan External Trade Organization in Dubai, also recognized as JETRO Dubai, inked a deal to set up the planned two-sided business council by the January-March time span of next year, the Emirates News Agency mentioned in a report issued on Monday.
The council is going to put efforts with the aim of improving mutual ventures as well as sharing the expertise of the two nations.
This came throughout a gathering that held in attendance of Humaid Mohammed bin Salem, secretary general of FCCI, in addition to Masami Ando, managing director of JETRO Dubai, and on top of several other representatives from the two nations.
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