Japan Cooperation Center For The Middle East (JCCME) is holding the third Japan-Arab Economic Forum at a local hotel in Tokyo on December 16 and 17, 2013. The forum was established as a framework for ministerial-level dialogue by uniting efforts of the Government of Japan and Japan’s business community in cooperation with the League of Arab States (LAS) and its members, for further strengthening the economic coöperation between Japan and Arab states in a range of areas including trade, investment, energy, science and technology, and human resources development.
The First and Second meetings of the Japan-Arab Economic Forum were held in Tokyo in 2009 and in Tunis in 2010, respectively. Distinguished guests from Arab countries, high-level officials from the Japanese Government and the Japanese business community are expected to attend the event. The organisers of the event have arranged several panel discussions on coöperation in energy, environment, infrastructure, human resources, science & technology and scientific research toward economic diversification.
Large number of participants including Japanese Government officials, business community from japan and Arab countries are expected to attend the event.