A consortium in the prefecture of kochi is building a state of the art greenhouse for growing tomatoes in the city of Shimanto. Three companies from The Netherlands are involved in the building of this high tech greenhouse: Brinkman, VB Group and Priva.
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Last week on April 3rd a commemorative ceremony was held at the Goshinji Temple for the Dutchmen which have been interred at the Hollandsche Begraafplaats of Goshinji Temple in Nagasaki.
On 16 and Tuesday 17 April 2015, the Netherlands will host the Global Conference on CyberSpace 2015 (GCCS 2015). The conference will address the current and future challenges and opportunities presented by far-reaching digitisation. GCCS 2015 will take place in The Hague.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe aims to build a Japan in which women can shine. What does this mean to you? How do you envision your life in 2020 in the context of changing gender roles? What are the challenges that Japan needs to overcome to realize the society you hope for in 2020?
Agricultural exports from the Netherlands topped 80 billion euros last year (80.7 billion), up from 2013's record levels of 79 billion.
The speech the Dutch Minister of Finance and President of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem gave this morning at Keio University can be found verbatim in this article.
The President of the Eurogroup, the Dutch Minister of Finance Jeroen Dijsselbloem, will visit Japan on Tuesday 13 January 2015 to discuss the economic situation in the euro area and in Japan. President Dijsselbloem will meet with high-level government officials and with representatives of the private sector.
On Dec. 10, the Embassy organized, in cooperation with the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce in Japan (NCCJ), a year-end lecture and cocktails socializing event for NCCJ members and embassy invitees.
Neelie Kroes is to strengthen the international position of startups in the Netherlands and persuade innovative foreign startups to establish their businesses there. Kroes, as Special Envoy, will devote the next eighteen months to establishing the Netherlands as the best country in Europe to start up a business. Minister Kamp of Economic Affairs announced this on 7 December.