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Opportunities for Developing Bulgarian-Japanese Economic Relations
A Japanese delegation headed by Mr. Noriyuki Yonemura, Senior Vice President of Fuji Xerox, visited Bulgaria at the end of February 2000. The visit was initiated by Intellectual Collaboration Group, founded on a voluntary base in 1996 with the participation of business representatives, officials of Ministry of Industry and International Trade, and representatives of the academic society. The organization aims at enhancing the transition of ex-communist countries and activating their foreign economic relations with Japan through information and know-how exchange, training of specialists and state administration officials.

The Japanese delegation during the discussion (from left to right): Mr. Mitsuo Toyoizumi, President & CEO, Izumi Corporation, Mr. Noriyuki Yonemura, Senior Vice President, Fiji Xerox and Mr. Hiroshi Kazui, Deputy Director General, JETRO, Vienna

At a Workshop, held on February 28, 2000 with the participation of state institutions, NGOs and business associations, the Japanese guests introduced the targets and the outcome of Japan’s industrial policy, the key factors for developing small and medium enterprises and the importance of high technologies branches for the economic development. The opportunities for increasing the Japanese investments in Central and Eastern Europe were reviewed

The opportunities for applying the Japanese experience and the conditions for activating the economic exchange between Bulgaria and Japan were also among the issues discussed at the Workshop.
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