|Seminar Supported by:
American Chamber of Commerce in Japan
Japan-U.S. Business Council
U.S.-Japan Business Council
|During this half-day event, which will be held without charge for qualified participants, leading experts representing U.S. and Japanese government agencies and the private sector will brief program participants about exciting new development and the opportunities presented by the ongoing deregulation of the Japanese economy. This will include detailed presentations covering corporate governance and transparency, corporate revitalization and restructuring and a range of other relevant issues.
Participants will also be invited to attend a reception hosted by Japanese Ambassador and Consul General Takekazu Kawamura on the evening of April 24, 2001 and opportunities will be provided to accredited journalists who have an interest in interviewing speakers that are in attendance.
This event was organized to follow-up on a similar event that was organized last year by METI, the U.S. Department of State and JETRO in Tokyo to encourage the public-private sector dialogue needed to enhance Japan's attractiveness as a destination for foreign direct investment.
We hope that you will be able to join us on April 25, 2001 to participate at this event. Registration will begin at 8:00 AM and the event will conclude at 1:45 PM following a luncheon session.
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