- New Webinar Series - EU-Japan Regional Cooperation’s Good Practices!
- The Centre Goes to Space
- Do you need a professional market entry plan?
- EU Business in Japan – Newly Revamped Website
- Upcoming Webinars in December & January Show moreless
- EU exports boosted thanks to stronger implementation and enforcement of trade deals and global rules.
- 12th EU-Japan ICT Strategies Workshop
- EIB and Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) to work on joint investments
- Cities in Europe and Japan to work together to enhance cooperation on urban policies
- European Literature Festival
- Express your needs for internationalisation in the Defence and Security Markets through the project EU-ALLIANCE!
- Successful realisation of “Ready2Net” a European Commission-funded project
- Aging 2.0 Tokyo Chapter in the EU project “IDIH”
- Olive oils from Europe in Japan
- Collaboration in Food Innovation between Japan and the Netherlands
- 6th “Settimana della Cucina Italiana”
- CCILJ´S 50th Anniversary Celebrations
- Visit of the Japanese Ambassador to Trnava City
The Network offers & requests
- 'Export to Japan' webinar series 30: Registration process and procedures: IPR (trademark & others)
- 'About Japan' webinar series 186: Semiconductor market in Japan
- 'Export to Japan' webinar series 31: Registration process and procedures: Japanese Standards (JIS & JAS)
- 'EPA Helpdesk' webinar series 45: Rules of Origin
- ‘Export to Japan’ webinar series 32: Registration process and procedures: Functional, nutritious, and free-from food
- ‘Export to Japan’ webinar series 33: Registration process and procedures: Manufacturing and marketing pharmaceutical and medical device
- ‘Export to Japan’ webinar series 34: EU Advantages on Agriculture and Food Products: Meat products
- ‘Export to Japan’ webinar series 35: EU Advantages on Agriculture and Food Products: Dairy products
- World Class Manufacturing - March 2022 session
is a joint venture co-financed by the European Commission and the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI). Its aim is to foster the development of industrial cooperation between companies from both regions through training programmes for businesspeople, for EU and Japanese students and researchers, and through information services and an industrial dialogue. This quarterly newsletter is produced by the EU-based office of the EU-Japan Centre, and is primarily intended to provide EU/Japan-related news.