More Japanese companies in Russian regional cities 5:14 on February 19
A meeting to discuss the economic exchange between Russia and Japan was held in Moscow and agreed to work together to allow more Japanese companies to enter Russian regional cities.
More than 200 people from Japan's Keidanren, Russia's economic organizations and government officials attended the Japan-Russia Economic Joint Conference held in Moscow, the Russian capital, on the 18th.
Since the "Regional Exchange Year", which promotes exchanges between Japanese and Russian regions, has begun, opinions were exchanged on economic exchanges between Japanese companies and regional cities in Russia.
Russia's Minister of Economic Development Reshetnikov said, "Russian regions have great potential. It is very important that the leaders of both countries promote exchanges between regions." He stated his policy to actively support Japanese companies entering Russian regional cities.
The two sides agreed that the Russian side will promote the development of logistics infrastructure such as railways in rural areas, creating an environment where Japanese companies can easily enter and realizing new projects.
"The source of Russian business is in the region. It is important to advance into the Russian region after carefully confirming the seriousness of the partner," said Mr. Teruo Asada, Chairman of the Keidanren Japan-Russia Economic Committee, who participated in the meeting. I was