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Japanese Institution Helping Iran Energy Sector Improve Productivity

"Spending time to train kids to consume energy judiciously can be a more effective approach than having access to advanced knowledge and knowhow"
Japanese Institution Helping Iran Energy Sector Improve Productivity  Japanese Institution Helping Iran Energy Sector Improve Productivity

Cooperation with Iran and sharing information in water and electricity sectors is a “win-win collaboration,” Yuzki Oukazaki, says a deputy manager of the Japan Cooperation Center for the Middle East (JCCME). 
He made the statement on Tuesday in Tehran while addressing a convention on "Japan's Experience in Water and Wastewater Engineering," Paven, the Energy Ministry's news portal, reported.
"Our main objective in Iran is to hold technical training courses with the aim of promoting entrepreneurial capabilities and improving employment so that the trainees can set up their own business in the future," he said, adding that "this is a win-win situation for both sides".

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