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June 6th, 2007

EU and Japan agree on joint priorities for promoting research and innovation

Abstract:
On creating an innovation-friendly environment, the paper outlines the shared view of both the EU and Japan that the convergence of regulations and standards can lead to the creation of an environment conducive to innovation. It also states that EU and Japanese representatives will address this issue in various dialogues set to take place during 2007.

The paper also presents sector-specific initiatives for the life sciences, information and communication technologies (ICT), nanotechnology and energy/climate change. In ICT, for example, both parties confirmed their intention to accelerate cooperation in areas such as: the regulatory framework in the ICT sector; a more secure environment for ICT usage; using ICT to support public policies; joint research activities; and 4G mobile communication systems.

Source:
cordis.europa.eu

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