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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Japanese Companies plan to create more businesses, jobs in Tanzania


Ambassador Mbelwa Kairuki (left), Director of the Department of Asia and Australasia in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation in talks with Honourable Mutakoshi Hirotami (right), Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan when he paid a courtesy visit to his Office in Tokyo, on Tuesday October 23, 2012.


Ambassador Kairuki in a group photo with Executives of Somitomo Corporation, a Japanese based trading Conglomerate Company investing in Tanzania's power sector.  Accompanying him is Mr. Francis Mosongo, Head of Chancery of the Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania in Japan.


Ambassador Kairuki in a photo with Mr. Koshin Komiya, Senior Managing Executive Officer and Director of Nitori Holdings Co., Ltd. when he paid him a courtesy visit at Nitori Head Office in Tokyo, Japan.  In their discussion, Mr. Komiya informed Ambassador Kairuki that his Company intends to invest in Textiles Industry in Tanzania and create 2000 direct jobs.  The industry will also create assured market to cotton farmers in Tanzania. 
 

Ambassador Mbelwa Kairuki (left), Director of the Department of Asia and Australasia in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation in a photo with Honourable Murakoshi Hirotami (centre), Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan and Mr. Francis Mosongo, Head of Chancery at Tanzania Embassy in Japan.  Ambassador Kairuki is in Japan for a working visit where he paid a courtesy call to the Deputy Minister and discussed areas of investment opportunities in Tanzania. 

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