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Japan’s Marubeni eyes investment opportunities

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January 21, 2016

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Representatives of Marubeni Corporation’s businesses in the Czech Republic and Romania Kazuya Kodama and Tashiro Kimura visited the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA). The institution’s director Gordan Milinić informed the guests on major projects owned by public companies of Bosnia and Herzegovina, including also private companies’ projects, as well as on the conditions for investing and the status of foreign investors.

Japanese companies are interested in major energy projects (thermal, hydro and wind projects), as well as major endeavours related to the water sector and the environment, FIPA said. Milinić stressed the importance of establishing direct contact between investors and the owners or holders of the projects, and stressed that the agency will provide all necessary assistance.

Marubeni was founded in 1858 in Tokyo. It has 10 offices in Japan and 117 offices in 64 countries with 4,289 employees. The company operates in the field of agriculture, chemical industry, energy and metal sector, construction of power plants, transportation and mechanical industry.

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