China's Chengdu opens Japan business center in investment bid
Inland city rolls out welcome mat for companies to drive post-COVID recovery
The center's opening ceremony on Feb. 17 was attended by local executives from Japanese companies. (Photo by Shunsuke Tabeta)
CHENGDU, China -- The city of Chengdu has established a new center to attract and promote cooperation with Japanese companies, seeking investment to shore up its battered economy.
The China-Japan Reception Hall, which officially opened this past Friday, gives Japanese and local companies a place to interact. An attached restaurant serves Japanese food.
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