17 Japanese businesses for Dar fair

At least 17 Japanese companies will take part in the 39th Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair (DITF) which starts in the city later this month, as the world’s third largest economy seeks to explore for an increased share of the market for its products in Tanzania.
The Japanese ambassador to Tanzania, Masaharu Yoshida, visited the exhibition grounds yesterday and had a meeting with Tanzania Trade Development Authority (Tantrade) director general Jacqueline Maleko.
The companies will display their products and technologies in a special pavilion that is co-hosted by the Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro) and the Japan Pavilion Steering Committee, the latter being hosted under the auspices of the Japan Committee of Commerce and Industry of the Japanese Society in Tanzania.
Said Mr Yoshida: “It will be an opportunity for both Tanzanian and Japanese companies to explore areas that are worth for partnership. Japanese exhibitors will seek to know more about Tanzania’s markets.
“They will also seek to deepen their networking with local businesses.”
At the Japanese pavilion, companies will display mowing and industrial machines, tractors for farming, electronics, food packaging, social infrastructure, water purification equipment, fermented soybeans and home electronics.
She also called upon the ambassador to visit some of the local technology institutions where there are some interesting innovations which need support.
Source: The Citizen, reported from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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