Zambia signs MoU to attract more Japanese investment

ByJosephine J. Romero

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The Embassy of Zambia in Japan has signed a Memorandum of Comprehending (MoU) with Japan Institute for Abroad Expense (JOI) to help Zambia catch the attention of far more Japanese Expenditure in the nation.

The MoU paves way for the Mission to join 36 Embassies, 193 Japanese providers, foreign financial commitment marketing organizations and worldwide companies into a network that will gain Zambia by means of the use and spread of information valuable for Overseas Direct Expenditure (FDI).

The MoU was signed by Zambia’s Ambassador to Japan, Ndiyoi Muliwana Mutiti and Japan Institute for Abroad Expense president, Kohei Nakanishi.

Ambassador Mutiti is optimistic that by the operationalization of the MoU a lot more Japanese organizations will devote in the country’s different sectors.

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“Zambia appreciates the sum of Japanese help it has obtained by Abroad Advancement Aid (ODA) but the state is now seeking to have the Japanese private sector enjoy a more lively part and get into partnerships with the Zambian personal sector, therefore the significant purpose of JOI,” she said.

And Mr Nakanishi explained he will get the job done hard in aiding Zambia bring in extra Japanese buyers.

Mr Nakanishi reported the MoU will consequence in JOI contributing to deepening the economic relations involving Zambia and Japan as a result of facilitating sound and smooth growth of Japanese immediate expenditure by conducting things to do this sort of as economic seminars, analysis and assessment of details practical for Japanese Traders.”