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On June 7, 2018, a business exchange meeting with the 25 participants of the “Program on Corporate Management for Nepal” and Japanese companies that had expanded their business into Nepal or are planning to was held at Kansai Kenshu Center, under the co-sponsorship of the Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Nepal Chamber of Commerce (NCC), and Kansai Economic Federation.
Twelve people from 9 Japanese companies and organizations from such areas as trade, tourism, international logistics, IT system development, overseas remittance service, and NPO participated. Following a presentation by a representative of the Nepalese managers on the investment and business environment of Nepal, the Japanese companies and organizations introduced their business outlines and expectations for Nepal. All the participants exchanged business cards and opinions with each other.
It was not that business or expectations of both Japan and Nepal matched instantly on the spot, however, the participants exchanged mutually beneficial information. According to a staff member of a company that is interested in  exporting its hospital and homecare beds to Nepal, the company had attended a previous seminar related to Nepal and also gone to seek the Embassy of Nepal’s advice, but had found it quite difficult to obtain concrete information about hospitals in Nepal. However, he was very satisfied with this meeting as he could obtain more valuable information than expected from the Nepalese managers, and received information about several candidate hospitals in Nepal to contact.

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