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Primorye and Nomura Soken Research Institute discussed business cooperation issues
Director of the Department of International Cooperation and Tourism Development of the Primorsky Territory Alexey Starichkov met with Senior Consultant of the Processing Industry Department of the Japanese Research Institute Nomura Soken Shoichiro Hara.
The parties discussed the cooperation between Primorye and Japanese business in various sectors.
According to Alexei Starichkov, a large number of investment projects are being implemented and are being prepared for implementation in Primorye, and when they are being worked out, much attention is paid to world experience. Primorye already has experience of cooperation with the Nomura Institute. In particular, in conjunction with the Primorsky Territory Investment Agency, the Japanese Institute is working on the second stage of developing a concept of a fish cluster in Sukhodol Bay.
“Last year, Japan ranked first in terms of investment in the Primorye economy, having invested 1,7 billion US dollars. We are sure that our cooperation can be even more productive, ”said Alexey Starichkov.
According to Mr. Soychiro Hara, cooperation between Primorye and Japan will be promising in the areas of advanced development that are being created in the region today. Also the Japanese business interests exchanges with the Primorye labor resources, the joint training of highly qualified engineers and technical specialists. Also, the "Japanese Center in Vladivostok" has been working for several years on programs for training seaside businessmen in the Japanese language and business culture of the Land of the Rising Sun.
Following the meeting, Soychiro Khara and Alexey Starichkov agreed to organize a seminar in Primorye for Russian and Japanese entrepreneurs and government representatives.
“This will be a big step for the development of our cooperation,” said Shoichiro Hara.