The French and Japanese governments have expressed their intention to support our business plan at France, in the signed memorandums of cooperation exchanged at the France-Japan summit meeting

 The Intention of the French and Japanese governments to support the project plan in Lyon, France, which is being promoted by JEPLAN, Inc. (CEO: Masaki Takao; Location: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) has announced in the signed memorandums of cooperation exchanged at the France-Japan summit meeting held on 26th June, 2019.
   In this declaration of support, the circular economy based on textile and plastic recycling we are driving was clearly stated, and the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Directorate-General of Enterprises of the French Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry notified us of the Letter of Intent to support the project. In the letter, it was mentioned that the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) had carried out a feasibility study project with us last year, and that the French Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry's Directorate-General for Enterprises would support future projects including our business plan in Lyon, collaborated with the governments and local parties.
 With the signing of the cooperation document between the French and Japanese governments, we will lead the creation of a society that aims to spread the use of recycled materials not only in France but also throughout the world.