Japanese businesses interested in Titanium Valley
The presentation, coordinated by Sverdlovsk Region Vice Premier Alexei Orlov and the Titanium Valley's Director-General Artemy Kyzlasov, was geared toward introducing the Japanese to the different options the region offers investors, Ural Business Consulting reports.
The Japanese businessmen were specifically interested in the presentation dedicated to the Titanium Valley, which is a special economic zone.
The governor's presentations on the Mid-Urals' potential have attracted numerous attendees from the business community in Japan. Sverdlovsk Region delegates scheduled many additional meetings with representatives from Japanese companies who saw presentations on the region in Tokyo and Kitakyushu, according to Ural Business Consulting.
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