Keidanren

Keidanren

A former organization in Japan that represented the interests of large corporations. It was established in 1946 and, in 2002, it merged with other groups to form the Japanese Business Federation.
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Elbegdorj is planning to give a presentation at a Mongolia-Japan business forum organized in cooperation with Keidanren.
Comments of Keidanren Chairman Hiromasa Yonekura at a press conference (July 8)
In his first meeting with members of the Japan Business Federation known as Keidanren, Abe also said his government wants to introduce inflation targeting with the Bank of Japan to achieve an annual inflation rate of 2 percent, aimed at helping to weaken the yen and lift stocks, a Keidanren official said.
Traikov has met in Sofia with a delegation of Nippon Keidanren, the Japan Business Federation, whose visit to Bulgaria was organized by the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI).
93 percent, according to Japan's largest grouping of major corporations, known as the Nippon Keidanren.
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE'S TUCK SCHOOL of Business hosted its sixth annual World Business Forum at Keidanren Hall in downtown Tokyo last month, and the topic on the table was--what else?
Nippon Keidanren, if necessary, will punish MMC instead of Mitsubishi Fuso, which is not a member of the federation, because the accidents were caused by vehicles manufactured by MMC, according to Okuda, chairman of Toyota Motor Corp.
A Nippon Keidanren executive was quoted as saying during the meeting, ''The United States leads the world in the biotechnology field and European countries are planning to catch up.
Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nong Duc Manh made the request in a meeting with a mission from Japan's top business lobby, the Federation of Economic Organizations (Keidanren), Keidanren officials said.
On July 15 Tokyo will send an economic mission, the second in 3 years, to include representatives from about 30 companies, including car and steel makers, under the umbrella of Japan's powerful Keidanren backed by the foreign and trade ministries.
Keidanren representatives asked the government to draw up legislation during the next regular Diet session, to convene early next year, to spur competition in the telecom market.
Following the meeting, Iwao Toriumi, who led the Keidanren delegation, briefed Senior Gen.