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"Indiana’s bond with Japan goes back nearly 100 years and with more than 52,000 Hoosiers employed by Japanese businesses across the state, we once again head to Japan to tell how Indiana is always the right decision for your business. Our relationship with Japan has grown stronger, with Japanese companies able to leverage Indiana’s favorable business climate, convenient location and strong workforce. We remain committed to telling Indiana’s story and are always on the hunt for opportunities to bring jobs to the state and this jobs mission sets the stage to tell Indiana’s story to Japanese businesses once again.” - Governor Mike Pence
Departing Indiana on Sept. 11 and returning on Sept. 18, the Governor will travel to Tokyo, Kyoto and Nagoya. During the trip, he will attend the Japan-U.S. Midwest Conference, meet with business executives and government leaders, and host a reception for economic development partners and potential investors. While in Japan, Pence will meet with Japanese companies with Indiana operations, including Honda, Mitsubishi, Toyota and Subaru.