JCCME

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JCCMEJapan Cooperation Centre for the Middle East
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IIES has already signed a Memorandum OF Understanding with JCCME on transfer of technology and experience to Iran in field of energy efficiency.
The objective of JCCME is to contribute to the promotion of Japan's trade and economic and technical co-operation with the Middle East countries, with a view to furthering their economic development.
The seminar in Nagoya is the second organised by Dafza, also supported by the UAE Embassy, Jetro and JCCME as well as the Nagoya Chamber of Commerce.
Japan is known as the world's most technically advanced nation, and consumers in the Mena region are among those embracing Japanese products and technologies,' said Jiro Nemoto, chairman of JCCME.
Established in 1973 under the sponsorship of the Japanese government, JCCME has long played a bridging role between Japan and the countries in the Middle East and the North Africa region on the private-sector level by providing cooperation in the fields of trade, investment, economy and technology.
This is not the case with Turkey as its investment environment is not effected by regional developments at all , the JCCME Head went on to say, adding that Prime Minister Erdogan s resolute stance had secured Turkey s investment appeal.
Founded in 1973 JCCME was established, through the joint efforts of the Japanese government and the private sector, with the aim to develop and enhance relations between Japan and the MENA region.
It was signed by Abdullatif Al-Othman, governor of SAGIA and Okoda, president of JCCME.
We shall convey our views to the companies in Japan to look into ways to boost relations with Oman through investments," said Iwane Iwata, deputy managing director of JCCME, adding: "In fact, our organisation has been playing a bridging role between Japan and the countries in the Middle East and North Africa region on the private-sector level by providing cooperation in the fields of trade, investment, economy and technology.
This meeting leads to a win-win situation for Japan and Saudi Arabia," Tadatsuna Koda, JCCME president, told some 120 Saudi businessmen attending the meeting.
In an interview with Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) and Kuwait TV, JCCME President Tadatsuna Koda said the seminar was held in response to requests from the Kuwaiti side, which believes the Japanese investment should be increased.
Founded in 1973 under the sponsorship of the Japanese government, the JCCME has been promoting Japan's investment and transfer of technology to the Middle East.