ACCJAmerican Chamber of Commerce in Japan
ACCJAustralian Council of Christians and Jews
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(15) Both quotes from 'More about Quezon City', ACCJ 20, 1 (1940): 29.
Personally, I probably would not want to live in the same building as my office, but there are many people who do like that, not just in big companies but on the entrepreneurial side too.h As for Special Strategic Zones, gOur position at the ACCJ is that we would prefer to see these reforms enacted on a nationwide basis.
ACCJ President Thomas Whitson said in a statement that the organization will work with the new DPJ-led administration to further strengthen the economic relationship between the two countries.
The medical device subcommittee of the ACCJ recently was rebranded as the American Medical Devices and Diagnostics Manufacturers' Association in Japan.
Charles Lake, head of the business lobby representing more than 1,400 companies, said in a statement that the ACCJ ''looks forward to working with the new Cabinet as a 'Reform Oendan' (support team) and continuing its advocacy activities to achieve its mission of further developing commerce'' between the United States and Japan.
American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) (2004), "Ensure a level playing field for Foreign University Japan Campuses", ACCJ Viewpoint, Tokyo.
and Japan Reach Semiconductor Accord," August 2, 1996; and ACCJ, Making Trade Talks Work, pp.
The ACCJ also voiced opposition to the New Tokyo International Airport Authority over a planned increase in landing fees at the airport outside Tokyo, which primarily handles international flights.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) on Wednesday again urged Japan to reduce telecommunications costs, a day after watered-down regulations governing the dominant Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp.
In their first joint statement, the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) and the European Business Community in Japan (EBC) voiced concerns that the pace of reform in Japan is slowing.
Presenting a paper at the 21st annual conference of the Malaysia-Japan Economic Association and the Japan-Malaysia Economic Association, Tatsuo Nakata, JETRO executive vice president, said, ''Many people pointed out the weakness of Malaysia's industrial infrastructure as a cause of the current economic crisis.'' -- The head of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) expressed dissatisfaction Tuesday over what he called insufficient implementation of some bilateral agreements between the United States and Japan.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) has periodically studied the issue of foreign investment in Japan.