Thanks to the active economic dynamics of Medellín and to the good relations of both countries, the Embassy of Japan in Colombia recently opened the Colombian-Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry offices in the city. This will strengthen the commercial exchange between both countries and encourage foreign investment in the city.
Thanks to ACI Medellín’s critical support, the Colombian-Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry will open a new office in the city to promote commercial and cultural relations.
The objective of this new binational office is to offer services focused on strategic lines such as foreign trade consultancies and promotion in education and culture. The members of this Chamber are mainly Japanese companies with commercial interests in Colombia and, likewise, Colombian businessmen with interests in this Asian country. Additionally, this event represents a terrific opportunity to ACI Medellín in the materialization of important investment projects and explore cooperation opportunities for the city and the region.
“I would like to make a special mention to ACI Medellín, for being a key player in our arrival in the city. The characteristics of Medellín and the drive of its people motivated us to make this decision. We hope to be the arm of the Japanese companies in the territory, ” said Oscar Romero Executive Director of the Colombian-Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Watch here the full testimony of Oscar Romero Executive Director of the Colombian-Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Initially, the Colombian-Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry will be in Ruta N’s facilities and they expect to start operations on March this year, to later move to its own building.
See here the testimony of Keiichiro Morishita ambassador of Japan to Colombia.