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The Japan-U.S. Southeast Association was established in December 1975 to promote trade, investment, understanding and friendship between Japan and member states of the southeast U.S. Current U.S. member states are Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

The Japan-U.S. Southeast Association and the Southeast U.S./Japan Association have held 34 annual joint meetings since their establishment, with the venue altering between the southeast U.S. and Japan. The meetings provide opportunities to renew old friendships and forge new ones and attract over 500 participants from the U.S. member states and Japan, including representatives of private and public sectors and state governors of the member states.

The 35th annual joint meeting will be held in Tokyo, Japan, over three days from Thursday, September 13, to Saturday, September 15, 2012, co-chaired by Mr. Hiromasa Yonekura, Chairman of Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd., and Mr. Jack O. Bovender, Jr., Retired Chairman and CEO, Hospital Corporation of America.