Bahrain eyes Japan technology tie-ups
Manama, August 30, 2013
Bahrain Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Hassan Fakhro has reiterated the Kingdom's keenness to co-operate with Japanese firms that specialise in cutting-edge technology.
The minister made the comment during a meeting with TBM Keeplus president Nobuyoshi Yamasak and Chuo Electric Power chief executive Seiji Nakamura, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
Japanese Ambassador Shiguki Sumi was also present.
During the meeting, the minister confirmed the importance of mutual visits and joint investment and economic projects.
He noted in this regard the successful visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Bahrain last week.
Abe was accompanied by an economic delegation.
Dr Fakhro welcomed Japanese investment in Bahrain, assuring potential investors of all support and facilities required.
Officials from the companies expressed appreciation for the economic progress and urban development in the kingdom, praising the role played by the government in attracting foreign investment. -TradeArabia News Service
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