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The Japan Society of Civil Engineers last week celebrated the inauguration of its UK branch, located in Queen Anne's Gate, London SW1, just around the corner from One Great George Street. Japanese engineers feel a 'close cultural affinity' with the UK, said JSCE president Norihito Tambo, a former Edinburgh University postgraduate student. JSCE members want to exchange information with UK counterparts on new technologies, procurement processes and project finance models, Norihito said.

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