KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 6 (Bernama) -- Japan and Malaysia are looking at collaborating in the area of green technology through joint business ventures as well as research and development projects.

Japan's Ambassador to Malaysia, Masahiko Horie said he believed that through such an effort, called "Greentech Partnership between Malaysia and Japan" the two countries would be able to achieve many things together.

Besides business joint ventures and R&D, there could be also collaboration between Malaysian and Japanese universities.

"We can do many R&D projects for the conservation of energy, environment and reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions," he told Bernama in an interview here recently...continue reading


Source: Bernama | 06 December 2010

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