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Alabama leaders seek to strengthen bonds at SEUS Japan 39

Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield will join Alabama business leaders in a delegation representing the state in Japan next week at a high-level forum that aims to strengthen cultural and economic ties.

More than 30 Alabama government officials, economic development professionals and others who work in finance, manufacturing, medical technology and tourism will attend the 39th annual joint meeting of the Japan-U.S. Southeast Association & Southeast U.S./Japan, which is being held at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Sept. 20-22.

The conference, known as SEUS Japan, brings together people from seven Southeastern U.S. states and Japan. Birmingham hosted last year’s gathering, and Alabama’s co-hosting duties are carrying over to this year’s forum.

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