With the Trans-Pacific Treaty, Mexico will seek to attract technology and innovation from Japan for small businesses.
The companies of Japan and Mexico seek to strengthen their commercial relations through the Integral and Progressive Agreement for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP-11), which entered into force on December 30, 2018.
“The celebration of this dialogue is part of the processor seeking new opportunities to strengthen the development of relations, especially in the framework of the entry into force of TTP-11,” said Valentín Diez Morodo, president of the Mexican Business Council of Foreign Trade, Investment and Technology (Comce), during the Meeting for the Economic Dialogue between Mexico and Japan.
government led by Andrés Manuel López Obrador to strengthen ties between the two countries through the economic association agreement.
“We recognize the important contribution of Japanese companies. Over the years, this investment has led us to strengthen strategic sectors, “he said at the meeting, where the Joint Cooperation Committee of Japan (JCCI) was present.
On the other hand, he indicated that it seeks to take advantage of relations with Japan to increase technology and innovation, especially for small businesses.
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