Commissioner Hogan on high-level mission to #Japan

| May 10, 2019

Commissioner Phil Hogan (pictured) is visiting Japan to 11 May accompanied by a business delegation of 61 senior representatives from the European agri-food sector.

The purpose of the visit is to promote European agricultural food and beverage exports to Japan to ensure that EU producers benefit to the fullest possible extent from the opportunities under the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement in force since February 2019. Business delegates accompanying the commissioner will learn about the characteristics of the local market and consumer trends, meet with Japanese retail representatives and potential partners from the local agri-food sector.

See following links for more information about the high-level mission and opportunities for agri-food sector under the EU-Japan agreement (factsheetinfographic).

On 11 May, Commissioner Hogan will also participate in G20 Agriculture Ministers’ Meeting in Niigata, Japan. More information about that meeting is available here.

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