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SHARP joins Middle East digital marketplace

Japanese Electronics giant are leading a new wave of online traders by becoming the first company from Japan to endorse Tejari.com B-2-B exchange.

SHARP Middle East will soon become the first Japanese company to trade on a href="http://www.tejari.com/" target="_blank">Tejari.com, the Dubai government-owned online B-2-B exchange.

The agreement is thought to have resulted from recent talks held between a href="http://www.tejari.com/" target="_blank">Tejari.com senior management and several major Japanese auto and consumer electronics companies.

It is a significant event for a href="http://www.tejari.com/" target="_blank">Tejari.com who now hope other Japanese companies will follow suit.

“SHARP Middle East is proud to be associated with Tejari.com because of the pioneering business management and technological innovation that it introduces to the region.” Said Yoshikazu Saeki, managing director of SHARP Middle East.

“In trading on a href="http://www.tejari.com/" target="_blank">Tejari.com SHARP is able to reach more customers faster than by trading in a more traditional way, and that excites us,” added Saeki.

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