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 Tuesday. 1 November 2011 - Report from the Vladivostok Tour

Speakers:
Pekka Laitinen, Septem Partners (FCCJ Board Member)
Timo Varhama, UPM-Kymmene Japan KK (FCCJ Board of Trustees Member)


For the full presentation, click here (pdf, 5.2 MB)


Images from the event

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FCCJ President Marko Saarelainen opens the meeting
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...and shows a view from his terrace in Yamanakako in the morning.
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Pekka Laitinen and Timo Varhama starts thier presentation.
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The event, held at Hotel Okura, was attended by 23 members
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Pekka Laitinen by the map of Vladivostok.
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Hirokuni Yoshida, Yoshinori Sano, Isao Nishimura, Kimio Hashida and Kinji Yasu.
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Mika Mäkinen and Mikko Koivumaa.
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Veli Solehmainen, Isamu Maeda and Yukio Sakurai.
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Kanji Ohashi, Nobuhiro Yanagi and Takehiro Kori.
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Marko Saarelainen and Mikko Koivumaa.
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Hiroaki Sugawara, Tetsuro Urabe, Yasuyuki Oda and Mitsutaka Shoji. Back to camera Haruko Hashimoto.
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New FCCJ initiative - member recruiting at a young age.... Haruko Hashimoto woth her 3 month old son.
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Pekka Laitinen and Timo Varhama show a picture of one of the new bridges built in Vladivostok.
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Timo Varhama
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Pekka Laitinen.
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Kimio Hshida asks a question about the cultural and political issues in trade between Japan and Russia.
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'Who should respond...'
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Isao Nishimura asks a question on how Finland could benefit from its experience with dealing with Russia.
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Pekka Laitinen responds.
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Marko Saarelainen concludes the meeting.
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