Pune, November 18: Toshihiro Kaneko, the Chief Consul, Consulate of Japan in Mumbai, stressed that the Japanese government considers Maharashtra as a power-house of the Indian economy and was working for development of certain projects, which would create efficient and environment-friendly transport infrastructure in the state. Chief Consul Kaneko made the remarks during the inaugural ceremony of ‘Indo-Japan Business Conference’ as part of ‘Konnichiwa Pune 2022’ at Hotel Sayaji on Friday. Konnichiwa Pune 2022 has been organized by the Indo-Japan Business Council with support from the Consulate of Japan in Mumbai.
Dr Ravikumar Chitnis, Vice Chancellor, MIT World Peace University, IJBC President Siddharth Deshmukh, Vice President Abhishek Choudhury, its Past President Anil Hatkar, Japan International Cooperation Agency India (JICA) representative Mario Kato, Sachin Kalse from Fujitsu, Onkar Bari, Prashant Khinvasara and Shefali Tiwari from IJBC, were present on the occasion.
“I emphasize that the Japanese government considers that Maharashtra is a powerhouse of the Indian economy and Pune is a part of it. Quality infrastructure in Maharashtra, which the Japanese government has been working on very hard, is another growth story waiting to happen,” Kaneko said.


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