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Doyles Japan trip opens doors and minds for Wisconsin

Madison, Wis. The trade mission of Governor Jim Doyle and Wisconsin businesses to Japan has ended, and the verdict is mission accomplished.

From September 25 to October 1, a team of 27 university and corporate representatives visited Japan to network with and tour Japanese industry, discussin......

Full article >>> re in Chiba, where by putting our universities and research centers together we can come up with applied products in bioscience that can benefit us both, Doyle said. We want to make sure what Chiba is doing particularly in the DNA field complements what we are doing here in the university.

The greatest benefit that came up in the talks was the discussion of the relationship between the......

Full article >>> rip offered an opportunity to meet with executives of Kikkoman, the first and largest Japanese company to set up in Wisconsin, and discuss the opportunities for making their relationship more pronounced.

Doyle also visited the 10th anniversary celebration of the Lands End factory in Japan, which is one of the only Japanese companies to have a woman president and has grown to over 250 empl......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 10/11/04


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