Issues of expanding cooperation with Seven-Eleven Japan Co., LTD were discussed in Tokyo
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) - The Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Japan held negotiations with the general manager of SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO., LTD Makoto Yasui, as well as employees of Nakada Nami and Dinesh Maharzhan on 21 July.
Makoto Yasui was familiarized with the large-scale reforms being carried out in Uzbekistan, created by a favorable investment climate and business conditions, strengthening the country’s position in the ratings of international organizations.
During the meeting, the sides discussed prospects for expanding cooperation to create more favorable conditions for compatriots and the possibility of promoting them up the career ladder in the structure of the company "SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO., LTD", as well as attracting compatriots to positions in the field of information and communication technologies, accounting and financial accounting.
In turn, the general manager of the company "SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO., LTD" Y. Makoto, noted with satisfaction that today Uzbekistan is among the first four foreign countries, including Vietnam, Nepal and China, with the largest number of employees and employees working in the system of the company "SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO., LTD". Y. Makoto also spoke about the prospects of attracting Uzbek specialists to participate in two and four-year training programs of the company "SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO., LTD".
The sides also noted the growing level of cooperation between Uzbekistan and Japan, as well as the desire of SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO., LTD to expand promising areas of cooperation.
In particular, they discussed the sale of products manufactured in Uzbekistan through the retail network of the company "SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO., LTD" in Japan, as well as attracting the company "SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO., LTD" in the future to open a chain of stores in Uzbekistan primarily on a franchise basis.
As a result of the negotiations, an agreement was reached on joint work to obtain permission from the Government of Japan for compatriots studying at Japanese universities for employment in the structure of the company "SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN CO., LTD" without interrupting their studies, as well as the company’s consideration of a list of consumer goods for possible sale through the company’s networks.