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The Economic Times in Association With World Trade Center Manesar Organized 'Indo-Japan Dialogue on Strategic Collaboration'

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NEW DELHI, February 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

The Economic Times in association with World Trade Centre Manesar organized a power packed forum, "Indo-Japan Dialogue on Strategic Collaboration" scheduled on 19th February, 2013 at World Trade Centre in Manesar. Amongst the larger gamut of infrastructural discussions, emphasis of the deliberation was on leveraging business opportunities in the "Key Sectors" of the economy particularly infrastructure. The forum was attended by some of the key stakeholders in these bi-lateral relations.

Among those who addressed the large group of delegates at the summit were - Mr. Tamaki Tsukada, Minister (Economic) at Embassy of Japan in India, Mr. Naoyoshi Noguchi, Chief Director General of Japan External Trade Organisation at New Delhi, Mr. Shin Oya, Chief Representative at Japan Bank of International Cooperation (JBIC) for India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bhutan, Mr. Kenji Urai, MD at Toshiba India, Mr. Michihiro Enomoto, Regional Executive - India at The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd, Mr. Tarun Bajaj, MD at HSIIDC and senior representatives from World Trade Center Manesar.

Indo-Japan relations have come a long way and has traditionally enjoyed a strong collaborative relationship. On one hand, India is already a huge market for Japanese companies with many of them having significant production facilities in India, on the other hand, Japan is today India's third biggest source for FDI. The strategic and global partnership between India and Japan is marked by close cooperation in a number of areas of mutual interest, including economic and industrial collaboration. This has led to a marked shift in the investment strategies of Japanese companies as they expand organically or inorganically in India. For the bilateral ties to strengthen by manifolds, both countries must leverage advantages of their economic relationship and develop compatible infrastructure.

According to Mr. Tamaki Tsukada, Minister (Economic) at Embassy of Japan in India - "We used to have this ministerial dialogue with countries like US, EU, Australia or China. All of them are very important economic partners for Japan and India is indeed joining the ranks of these economies. Our partnership is entering a new phase, erstwhile it was predominantly auto-centric but now we see our relationship much more diversified and indigenised."

Mr. Tarun Bajaj, MD HSIIDC said - "This relationship between the state of Haryana and Japan was strengthened in 1980's with the establishment of Maruti Suzuki and now recently the establishment of a Panasonic factory, which is another milestone for the state. This relationship between Haryana and Japan will continue to see many more such initiatives."

Also mentioned by Mr. Gaurav Bansal, Sr. GM (Marketing) at WTC Manesar - "The bi-lateral relations between India and Japan are continuously strengthening in the last few years and the Japan Business Tower at WTC Manesar will act as one more growth catalyst in these relations. Providing a much desired compatible eco-system to the Japanese organizations, Japan business tower will offer customized office spaces, dedicated Japan business desk facilitating smooth functioning of the Japanese organizations."

Ms. Khair Ull Nissa, Sr GM Leasing at WTC Manesar said - "What we require from Japan and what we do get from Japan is their technical prowess, we get their manufacturing skills and we get their financial resources, we see a lot of synergies and a lot of opportunities for India because of these bi-lateral relations between India and Japan."

About World Trade Center Manesar:

World Trade Center Manesar (WTC Manesar) is a business address of international stature developed by Spire World group, bringing to the local and global business community the same standards of facilities and services similar to any other international WTC. Some of the well known international WTCs are in New York, London, Sydney, Dubai, Chicago, Abu-Dhabi, Amsterdam, Singapore, Tokyo and other locations. As a 1.6 million sq.ft integrated office complex and with the indigenously designed energy efficient bio-climatic office spaces, water usage efficiencies, state of art communication facilities, pioneering incubation cum Venture Accelerator Centre (V@C), comfortable residential spaces, club, auditorium, food-court or the retail complex, WTC Manesar as the World's Best Office Development (awarded by IPA in 2009) is ready to welcome the world's best companies.

Established in 2007, Spire World is a platform driven by a desire to make environmentally responsible & sustainable developments by creating bio-climatic IT/ office spaces, residential apartments, townships and mixed-use developments that synergistically balance the climatic appropriateness and human comfort with environmental responsiveness. The development philosophy is called - Mainstream Green. It promotes an architecture that is synergistic with earth it sits on, its engagement with the urban realm it occupies and with the user it represents. This result in financial benefits to the owner, health benefits to the occupants and fulfillment of personal / corporate responsibility towards the community and the environment.

Primary Media Contact: Nishant Nirmal, nishant.nirmal@2020msl.com, 91-9811162876

Secondary Media Contact: Ritika Kashyap, ritika.kashyap@2020msl.com, 91-9999919273

SOURCE World Trade Center Manesar



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