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CCCJ Chairman Wilf Wakely said, "Our Chamber has for some years been engaged in encouraging a Canada-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement.
In November 2014, the CCCJ, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CCC) and the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry brought together Japanese and Canadian companies for a series of panel discussions on resources, agricultural, manufacturing, and the services sectors.
Promoting the development of commerce between Canada and Japan since 1975, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (CCCJ) is a private sector, not-for-profit business organization serving its members through communications, networking, and advocacy.
(80) 1968 International Conference of Christians and Jews, "Delegates' Evaluation"; OJA, MG8/S, JCRC, CCCJ, b.35, f.30, 1968.
CCCJ Chair Wilf Wakely commented, "As our Cultural Ambassador, Katsura Sunshine is part of our efforts to strengthen the ties between Canada and Japan.
In this role, Andrew oversees the day-to-day workings of the Chamber, under the guidance of the CCCJ Board of Governors, Honorary Board of Advisors, and its various committees, supporting the interests of Canadian companies in Japan and Japanese companies in Canada.
CCCJ Chair Wilf Wakely said, "With the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, ongoing EPA and TPP talks, and developments surrounding LNG and natural resources, this is an exciting time for the Canada - Japan relationship.
Tokyo, Nov 8, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (CCCJ), with the support of the Keidanren and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CCC), on 2 November hosted a high-level symposium regarding the proposed Canada-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).
In recognition of the importance of the business community providing input into the EPA through the respective governments, at the Symposium the CCCJ announced the launch of an EPA Research Fund.
President of the CCCJ Wilf Wakely said, "Canada and Japan represent complementary strengths, and a strong bilateral relationship, developed based on mutual respect and trust.
Wilf Wakely, President of the CCCJ, said, "Japan is looking to a new framework for economic growth, and at the same time Canada is working to diversify its trade partners.
Ambassador Numata, Chairman of the Honorary Board of Advisors, said, "The CCCJ is the longest-serving Canadian Chamber in Asia, and it is well placed to work from this legacy of success to help guide some of the changes taking place in both of our countries.