Tokyo has opened an investment conference “Moscow - International Financial Center”

In Tokyo, opened an investment conferenceMoscow - International Financial Center”

TOKYO, Oct. 23. / Correspondent. TASS Igor Belyaev /. In the Japanese capital hosts conference on investments in real estate, “Moscow - International Financial Center”, organized by the Government of the Russian capital, the delegation is headed by the mayor Sergei Sobyanin is currently on an official visit to Japan.

“This is a very important event, because we have not had exchanges at this level between the two cities - said in his opening remarks Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation in Japan Yevgeny Afanasyev. - Our goal is to intensify contacts at all levels, we have powerful potential and prospects - very large and is not used. ” Afanasiev also emphasized that, despite the crisis tendencies in the world economy and the reduction of trade turnover between Russia and Japan this year, “the interest of Japanese investors in general are not reduced, and big business out of Russia.” “On the contrary, Japanese companies are looking for new ways and new ways,” - he added.

Moscow continues to grow

Despite the crisis and the devaluation of the Russian ruble, Moscow continues to develop. “Despite the crisis, Moscow steadily moved up in the international rankings, - the head of the Department for External Economic and International Relations of the Moscow Government Sergey Cheremin. - Thus, in the ranking of” Doing Business “Moscow has risen from 112 to 62 place - despite the devaluation of the Russian ruble continues the active development of the metropolis. ” Cheremin stressed that Moscow has a very low unemployment rate - 1.7%. “In a crisis, this is a very good indicator, but in some areas, we even celebrate the shortage of specialists,” - he explained.

The conference “Moscow - International Financial Center” is also taking part, Deputy Mayor for urban policy and the construction of Marat Khusnullin and head of the Department for External Economic and International Relations Sergey Cheremin.

On Thursday, Moscow’s mayor and the governor of Tokyo, Yoichi Masudzoe signed a memorandum of understanding and cooperation between the two capitals. The ceremony on this occasion was held in the building of the Tokyo City Hall.

According to this document, the capital of Japan and Russia will carry out cooperation and exchanges in areas such as urban development and planning; Sport and development of sport infrastructure; Recycling household waste. Government of Moscow and Tokyo have also agreed to continue cooperation in those areas in which it already has, and develop partnerships.

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