Japan External Trade Organization

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Japan External Trade Organization

Also called JETRO. A government agency in Japan that promotes Japanese exports. It maintains offices in dozens of countries for this purpose. It also provides market research and other information for foreign companies considering investing in Japan. It was established in 1951.
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After [Japanese companies] set up a business in Cambodia, JETRO supports them through JBAC,'said Kono.
Based on this concept, JETRO has been promoting industrial tourism in different sectors such as food, agriculture and fisheries products; manufacturing and infrastructure; art, design and traditional goods, and machinery and heavy industry.
Country Director JETRO, Osamu Hisaki while delivering the letter from President JETRO said that JETRO was thankful to the finance minister, Board of Investment and Federal Board of Revenue for facilitating Japanese companies in doing business in Pakistan.
This is the first time that Japan has invited a Sri Lankan IT/BPO delegation to Tokyo and facilitated within Japan by JETRO, (Japan External Trade Organization), the powerful government-related body promoting trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world with 73 offices in 55 countries.
The first overseas office of the JETRO was opened in Central Asia in Tashkent in October, 2000.
Drastically strengthening the government's capability for attracting foreign companies and its support framework (strengthen the function of JETRO's industry specialists ("Invest Japan Attaches"), develop a comprehensive support system including the reception and processing of inquiries and consultations related to investing in Japan regarding systems and administrative procedures and requests regarding regulatory reform at JETRO as a one-stop window)
Apart from this, the Japanese side will also support Japanese small and medium enterprises' investment in India through the establishment of SME Overseas Business Support Platform in Mumbai and Chennai by JETRO from 2013.
The executive vice-president of JETRO, Tokuyuki Sudo, as well as Nasser Rafi, CEO of Emaar Malls Group, which operates the Dubai Mall were also present.
In the Japanese market most publications are published in the Japanese language so I believe that advertising in our magazine would be an ideal way of promoting major business events in Saudi Arabia as well as allowing Saudi brands to be recognized in Japan," Toyokazu Fukuyama, deputy director general of JETRO, Riyadh told Arab News.
The Japan External Trade Organization, or JETRO, is a government-related organization that works to promote mutual trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world.
JETRO says the Japanese market for networked home appliances will grow to us$1.
Tokyo, Japan, Feb 1, 2006 - (JCN) - The JETRO Business Japanese Proficiency Test (JETRO Test) has been renamed, as of January 2006, the "BJT Business Japanese Proficiency Test", or BJT, and given a new logo, to mark the test's tenth anniversary.