|Formerly||Minato Communications Association Co., Ltd. (1979-2000)|
|Predecessor|| Electronic Industries Association of Japan |
Japan Electronic Industries Development Association
|Founded||1979 (as Minato Communications Association Co., Ltd.)|
2000 (as Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association)
Number of locations
|Minato, Tokyo, Japan|
|Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan|
The Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (社団法人電子情報技術産業協会, Shadan-hōjin Denshi Jōhō Gijutsu Sangyō Kyōkai, JEITA) (Formerly Minato Communications Association Co., Ltd. (みなと通信協会, Minato tsūshin kyōkai, MCA)) is a Japanese trade organization for the electronics and IT industries. It was formed in 2000 from two earlier organizations, the Electronic Industries Association of Japan and the Japan Electronic Industries Development Association.
In 1979, Minato Communications Association Co., Ltd. has first appeared in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. In 2000, Minato Communications Association Co., Ltd. was Re-branded into Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association.
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