Japanese Infrastructure Ministry invites Southeastern Countries’ Officials to Learn Public Works Laws

Japanese Infrastructure Ministry invited government officials of seven southeaster countries to help them learn Japanese public works legislation. Ten executive candidates who works for construction ministry of such countries as Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Myanmar will stay at MLIT’s training facility, CLITT and study Japanese laws on construction permits, public procurement, land acquisition, urban planning. MLIT officers will give lectures in English. The trainees will visit construction sites infrastructure, a general contractor’s research center as well as have a chance of networking with Japanese private sectors. (2017/09/05)