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Japan keen on investing in State sectors

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GUWAHATI, Jan 18 - The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASCOM), Japan Council has expressed its willingness to invest in the start-up and stand-up programmes of the State for the development of its agriculture, food processing and tourism sectors.

Disclosing this, an official press release here stated that NASCOM Japan Council head Ukio Takeyari met Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at his office chamber today and informed him of the willingness of his organisation to make investments in the State.

The Chief Minister thanked the NASCOM head for this gesture and assured help and cooperation in this regard. The government wants to keep intact the cooperation between the State and the NASCOM so that the good relation between Japan and India improves further, Sonowal said.

The Chief Minister also laid stress on mutual exchange of opinions between the peoples of both the countries.

The Japanese delegation comprised Takafumi Nisi, CEO of Matsuba Store Company Ltd and Shiho Shwakaguchi, researcher of the Future Venture Capital Company, the press release added.

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Japan keen on investing in State sectors

GUWAHATI, Jan 18 - The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASCOM), Japan Council has expressed its willingness to invest in the start-up and stand-up programmes of the State for the development of its agriculture, food processing and tourism sectors.

Disclosing this, an official press release here stated that NASCOM Japan Council head Ukio Takeyari met Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at his office chamber today and informed him of the willingness of his organisation to make investments in the State.

The Chief Minister thanked the NASCOM head for this gesture and assured help and cooperation in this regard. The government wants to keep intact the cooperation between the State and the NASCOM so that the good relation between Japan and India improves further, Sonowal said.

The Chief Minister also laid stress on mutual exchange of opinions between the peoples of both the countries.

The Japanese delegation comprised Takafumi Nisi, CEO of Matsuba Store Company Ltd and Shiho Shwakaguchi, researcher of the Future Venture Capital Company, the press release added.