AIP's business mission to Japan to attract partners to implement investment projects in RussiaAIP invites you to participate in the 6th annual business mission to Japan, which will take place on March 12-16, 2017.
The event is held with the support of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia, the Japanese Association ROTOBO www.rotobo.or.jp, the CCI of Kyoto, the Trade Office of the Russian Federation in Japan.
The program provides two investment seminars in Tokyo and Kyoto, as well as a series of b2b meetings involving local representatives of industrial companies focused on cooperation with Russia, investments in the manufacturing sector and participation in industrial cooperation projects.
The Association of Industrial Parks conducts the Business Mission to Asian countries traditionally 6th year in a row. As the result, many investment contracts were signed and industrial projects were implemented.
Applications for participation are accepted till February 12, 2018
The final lists of participants are formed before March 1, 2018
Participation fee is a 100% advance payment till February 26, 2018.
The draft of the agreement on participation in the Business Mission is provided after registration.
Issues of business program and preparation of presentations:
Yana Leles +7 495 517 45 68, +7 925 083 93 80 email@example.com
On organizational issues and agreements:
Julia Ilyina +7 495 517 45 68, +7 903 554-48-49 firstname.lastname@example.org
Turnover between Russia and Japan in 2017 was about 15 billion dollars.
For Japan, Russia is on the 15th place in terms of foreign trade turnover, while for Russia Japan is on the 7th place.
Direct investments of Japanese business in Russian industry for the period up to 2025 are estimated in Japan at about $ 15 billion. Currently, there are about 270 companies with Japanese capital in Russia.
Main spheres of Japanese investments in Russia are the fuel and energy complex, mining, production of automobiles and car parts, agriculture.
* AIP reserves the right to cancel a trip in case of insufficient number of applications for participation in the business mission.