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Corporate Details
Exhibitor: Osaka Prefectural Government/JETRO Osaka
Contact Name: Mr. Daiji Kira
Booth Number: 505
Address: 5F Nakanoshima Mitsui Bldg., ,
3-3 Nakanoshima, 3-Chome, Kita-Ku,
Osaka, 530-0005
Website: http://www.jetro.go.jp/

Corporate Summary:

Osaka provides worldwide companies potential for business partnership with Japanese industry leaders in clean tech, including solar energy technology and lithium-ion battery production.  The area has significant industry clusters with manufacturing and procurement potential and offers a great opportunity to be an Asian hub. JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) Osaka works closely with the Osaka Prefectural Government to assist foreign companies with business development expansion in Osaka.

Key Geographic Markets
Experience in:      not specified
Interest in: not specified
Product Service Offerings
Energy Efficiency, Fuel Cells, Government, Monitoring Equipment & Services, Pollution Prevention Technologies, Renewable Energy, Solid Waste Management, Trade Promotion, Wastewater Treatment, Water Supply
Business Development Objectives
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