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TOKYO, October 19 (Itar-Tass) —— Russia’s stable political situation offers encouraging opportunities for investments, Masami Iijima, president of Mitsui & Company, a leading Japanese investment corporation, said in his interview published in Japan’s Asahi Shimbun newspaper on Friday.
Iijima said he pins great hopes on Russia in this connection. He is eager to make a personal contribution to the development of Russia’s Far East because after joining the World Trade Organization Russia’s image as an economy with little transparency and as a closed market is changing and acquiring more openness.
Russia should boost creation of value-added businesses, he believes.