The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will continue to help Myanmar develop its human resources, a top official said.
The Myanmar Ministry of Commerce will receive the assistance, JICA Chairman Akihiko Tanaka said.
Commerce Minister U Win Myint said the ministry could see trade promotion through the cooperation with JICA.
In a bid to promote human resources development JICA and the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI) launched a Myanmar-Japan Centre on August 10.
Government officials and economic sector professionals will be given training by Japanese experts at the centre.
The Myanmar-Japan Centre in Yangon is the tenth of its kind in ASEAN.
The JICA chairman pledged that the agency will continue its supports to economic, social and financial sectors of Myanmar.