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27 March, 2018

Registration Ends Soon for the 51st JAIF Annual Conference

The online registration for the 51st Annual Conference (April 9-10 at the Toshi Center Hotel Tokyo) will end this Friday, March 30 (Japan time).

JAIF would like to thank those who have registered and recommend those who haven’t to hurry up as space is especially limited this year. Check out the conference website for more details and register now at https://www.jaif.or.jp/51st-annual/en/. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Participation Fee:
JAIF Members: 50,000 JPY / Non JAIF Members: 100,000 JPY
(including tax and April 9 dinner reception)

Inquiries:
JAIF Department of International Affairs
Tel: +81-3-6256-9313
Email: 51st-annual@jaif.or.jp

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