Japanese Companies Interact With BCIC

Published: 12th September 2015 03:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th September 2015 03:47 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU:  A delegation of representatives from 24 companies from Japan held an interaction with the representatives of Bangalore Chamber of Industry and Commerce on Friday.

The delegation was part of the ‘Japanese Business Mission’, led by Muneo Kurauchi, Chairman, Standing Committee, Japan-India Business Co-Operation Committee, which is touring Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru to hold preliminary talks on investment opportunities.

Speaking at the meeting, Kurauchi said that Bengaluru is an important hub for investment. Ever since Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister and visited Japan, there has been an increase in business between India and Japan. “Elected representatives from states of India have visited Japan looking to boost investment and promote economic relations,” he said.

The companies in the team represent IT, automotive and food manufacturing firms in Japan. Tsutomu Murata, MD of Yokogawa India Ltd and Anuj Sharma, president of BCIC, were present.

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