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Japan Asia Investment Co promotes Japanese enterprises' cooperation with Qingdao

( chinadaily.com.cn )

Updated: 2014-12-18

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Japan Asia Investment Co, held an enterprise cooperation symposium for Qingdao city, Shandong province, on Dec 11th, where the Qingdao delegation headed by Liu Mingjun, deputy mayor of Qingdao, had a chance to hold the business conference with senior executives from 30 Japanese enterprises and institutions.

Liu gave a picture of the innovative wealth management of Qingdao's comprehensive financial reform pilot zone, providing wide cooperative space for the businesses of both countries. He said he hopes that Japanese enterprises can set up branches and institutions of private banks, insurance companies and security companies in Qingdao.

Kasai Yakuo, president of Japan Asia Investment Co's council said he hopes Qingdao can play an important role in promoting the economic and trade cooperation between the enterprises of both parties.

Osamu Hosokubo, president of Japan Asia Investment Co, said that he will head a delegation to Qingdao for business cooperation in Jan 2015.

Liu had in-depth talks with Ryuichi Isaka, president of Seven-Eleven, an international chain of convenience stores in Japan, saying that the Qingdao government will continue to support Seven-Eleven's development in the city and hopes the company will strengthen the cooperation with local enterprises in Qingdao.