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Japan invites Far Eastern businessmen to internship in the agricultural sector

Received applications for internship in Japan in the field of agricultural business from entrepreneurs from Primorye, the Khabarovsk Territory and the Sakhalin region, opened a correspondent. APR PRESS. The internship will be held in Tokyo and its environs from 1 to December 6 2014. All expenses in the host country, including subsistence allowance in the amount of 1500 yen, are borne by the Japanese government. Russian participants will only need to pay for airfare from Russia to Tokyo and back.

Up to September 12 inclusive, applicants are expected in the Japanese centers of Vladivostok, Khabarovsk and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. The selection of internship participants from among business owners and managers will take place on a competitive basis.

- In the course of training events, participants will become familiar with farms for the production of agricultural products (except for grain), and enterprises for its processing, and on this basis will be able to learn Japanese technologies for cultivating high-grade and safe high-quality agricultural products, as well as know-how in their processing, storage and transportation. There will also be organized as many meetings with representatives of companies and organizations that have successful experience in entering foreign markets or are interested in business with Russia, which will give both parties the opportunity to establish contacts with a view to establishing concrete cooperation in the future, a correspondent was told. APR PRESS representatives of the Japan Center in Vladivostok.

This internship is carried out by the Japanese government as part of its technical assistance to Russia in promoting reforms, including in the implementation of the "Presidential program for training management personnel for organizations of the national economy of the Russian Federation."

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