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Japan willing to help Moldova attract foreign investments

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Moldova Prime Minister Natalia Gavrilița met, in Tokyo, with the president of the Japanese Foreign Trade Organization (JETRO), Nabuhiko Sasaki. The parties addressed topics related to the evolution of economic relations between the two states and analyzed the opportunities to expand commercial activities, emphasizing the importance of strategic investments for the growth of the economy and the creation of well-paid jobs, according to a statement issued by the Moldovan Government.

„We already have successful stories of Japanese investments on the Moldovan market, but we want to fully explore the potential of collaboration with Japanese companies. We remain focused on creating a predictable, investment-friendly business environment and establishing mutually beneficial contacts between business associations in our countries”, Natalia Gavrilița said.

Nabuhiko Sasaki reiterated that JETRO is open to helping the Republic of Moldova in achieving the objective of increasing the number of investors, noting at the same time that the JETRO office in Romania is ready to support the vision of the Government in Chisinau and the actions undertaken for the development and attraction of foreign investments.

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