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TICAD 7 SPECIAL

Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
Corporate expansion in spotlight at Africa conference
The city of Yokohama is set to host The Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD 7) from Aug. 28 through 30, as dozens of top leaders from African countries and international organizations will gather in Japan.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
A messenger in name and actions
"I want people to feel happy through music," said singer Misia, who endeavors to bridge Africa and Japan through the power of music.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
Summit has potential to further strengthen relations
Since Japan launched the first Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) in 1993, many African countries have seen remarkable economic growth, transforming themselves from aid recipients to attractive markets.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
Stimulating sustainable development in Africa
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
Continent's growth sustains upward trend
Africa, along with Asia, is experiencing a period of high growth both in terms of economy and population. Between 2000 and 2017, Africa's economy grew an average of 4.3 percent.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
Businesses encouraged to invest in key future market
The Japan Times recently interviewed Shigeru Ushio, who heads the African Affairs Department of Japan's Foreign Ministry and is a key senior bureaucrat managing The Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD 7) to be held in Yokohama from Aug. 28 through 30.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
Deepening Africa-Japan relationship with trust
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
Africa commerce succeeds through new partnerships
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Economy / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
Strengthening bilateral ties at business fair
A record number of over 150 Japanese organizations from the private and public sectors are set to showcase their latest technology to visiting African leaders and officials at an exhibition in Yokohama on the sidelines of The Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD 7).
Japan Times
Uncategorized / TICAD 7 Special
Aug 27, 2019
Port area the center of national firsts, lively excursions
Modern Yokohama might be second in Japan in terms of population but, historically, it has long been a city of firsts.

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