Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ Mongolia and Japan business council held its meeting yesterday, March 13, appointing president and executive body of the council. MP and head of Mongolian and Japanese Parliamentary Group D.Sumiyabazar was appointed as the President of the council, which is joined by some 60 members.
Over 30 business councils work at the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry aiming to encourage bilateral trade and business ties as well as to support companies and protecting their interests. The Mongolia-Japan Business Council works to improve legal conditions through studying the possibilities of exports, investment and entering of companies to the markets of the two countries within the Economic Partnership Agreement.
“ – I will strive to intensify the councils’ activities to broaden cooperation and partnership of business entities and to improve trade turnover, making many Mongolian companies to enter the Japanese market and exporting a variety of products to Japan” said the new President of the council D.Sumiyabazar.