Tokyo Hosts Seminar on Iran’s Auto Industry
Economy, Domestic Economy

Tokyo Hosts Seminar on Iran’s Auto Industry

Representatives of 45 Japanese companies participated in the Second Seminar on Potential and Future of Iran’s Automobile Industries and Auto Parts held in the Iranian Embassy in Tokyo last week, Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture’s news service reported on Sunday. Representatives of major corporations, including Mitsui Group, Sojitz and Sumitomo, auto companies of Yazaki, Mitsubishi, Yamaha, Suzuki and Toyota along with the Japan External Trade Organization, Japan Auto Part Industries Association and Nikkei Business Publications, attended the seminar. The event was organized by Iran Auto Parts Manufacturers Association and Iran Chamber of Commerce Industries, Mines and Agriculture, in cooperation with the Academic Society of Iranians in Japan. IAPMA and JAPIA agreed to sign cooperation agreements during the upcoming visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Iran.

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