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    Ontario and Japanese businesses and institutions announced fifteen new business agreements and partnerships on the first day of Premier Kathleen Wynne’s mission to Japan. Ontario's Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine and Japan-based medical company Healios have signed technology transfer, licensing and cooperation agreements with an estimated value of C$60 million. Additional deals include Japanese automotive and industrial manufacturer Futaba Industrial Co. Ltd. investing more than C$50 million to expand its plant in Stratford; McMaster University, Centennial College and Seneca College signing a total of six Memorandam of Understanding with Japanese academic institutions; and MaRS Discovery District, a Toronto-based innovation hub, and NTT DATA, a Tokyo-headquartered IT services provider announcing a partnership to provide a new platform for Canadian startups seeking to grow their market share in Japan.

    Information Summarized From: Government of Ontario Press Release; MaRS Discovery District Press Release

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  • 14 Nov 2016 2:00 PM | Anonymous

    Economic Development and Trade Minister, Deron Bilous will lead a mission to Japan and China from November 15 to 27, 2016 to diversify markets and build on his previous mission in March. The trade mission will focus on promoting Alberta industries, such as clean technology, oil and gas, forestry, agri-food, tourism and emerging technologies. While in Japan, Minister Bilous will attend the Canada Food Expo in Tokyo. A separate Alberta-China trade and investment attraction mission will take place from November 21 to 26. That government-led business mission will connect Alberta companies with potential Chinese buyers and investors. Minister Bilous will attend seminars taking place in Guangzhou, Shanghai and Yantai.

    Information Summarized From: Alberta Government News Release

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