Friday, July 27, 2012

Japan to open Rangoon office to assist businesses

Friday, 27 July 2012 12:45 Mizzima News

The Japan External Trade Organization (Jetro) said it would open a business support center in Rangoon on Sept. 3 to assist Japanese firms planning to do business in Burma.

The center will provide short-term office rentals, local information and business consulting services with Japanese advisers, Jetro said in a statement.

Three 10-sq.-meter rooms will be available for use as rental offices. Small and medium-size firms will be charged US$ 400 to use an office for 70 days, the maximum for any one company. The fee for larger firms will be $977.

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