Japanese Foreign Trade Organization (JETRO) was invited to Georgia by Georgian National Investment Agency to meet the government representatives and have business meetings with private sector.
According to the information by the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, the minister met JETRO representatives and presented to them the investment environment and economic reforms in Georgia. Together with Dimitri Kusrashvili, Japanese Ambassador, Toshio Kaitani, the deputy minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Ketevan Bochorishvili, head of Ministry of Entrepreneurship Development Agency, Ana Kvaratskhelia and Georgian National Investment Agency representatives attended the meeting.
As Ketevan Bochorishvili noted, it is the main interest of Japanese Businessman to start and develop different fields in Georgia. “They want to invest in trade, industry, engineering industry, food industry. It is great they are interested in starting business in Georgia. Delegation will stay in Tbilisi during 2 days and meet with government members and private sector representatives”- declared Ketevan Boshorishvili.
“It is my second visit in Georgia. Today we are going to have a meeting with Georgian businessman and government delegation. Georgia is very enthusiastic and effective country, which has many opportunities, Japanese business companies can use to develop their business in the country”- declared member of delegation, Kimora Hasha.
JETRO is Japanese Foreign Trade Organization which is actively working on deepening Japanese trade connections with different countries in the world. Their main goal is to get more foreign investments in the country.