KALUGA, Russia, December 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
A delegation of Japan Association for Trade with Russia and Newly Independent States on a two-day visit to Kaluga region.
On December 5 the governor of the Kaluga Region, Anatoly Artamonov, met with a delegation of the Japan Association for Trade with Russia and Newly Independent States (ROTOBO) that paid a two-day business visit to the region. It was a second time the Japanese partners visited Kaluga. Proxies of companies specializing in the manufacturing of casting and stamping products, including those for the automotive industry, comprised a significant part of the delegation.
During the meeting the guests were briefed on the region's investment potential and discussed with the governor likely cooperation guidelines.
At the business talks Artamonov noted the Association's appreciable contribution to the development of Russian-Japanese relations and successful implementation of joint projects in the region. "Our active investment policy helps attract a large number of companies, foreign enterprises among them. I am happy to see the world's acclaimed car manufacturer Mutsibishi Motors Corporation among them," Artamonov said. "I am sure we will develop cooperation in other spheres like metallurgy, mechanical engineering, power and pharmaceutics."
The Japanese delegation visited a number of facilities of the region's industrial parks, as well as plants in Kaluga - the motor-producing facility OJSC KADVI and rail motor cars manufacturer Kalugaputmash. The delegation visited the Tsiolkovsky State Museum of the History of Cosmonautics and the Goncharov museum house.
SOURCE Office of Media Relations of Administration of Kaluga region