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RGH, Yasu Project venture into digital animation cooperation
By JT - Mar 13,2017 - Last updated at Mar 13,2017
Amman — Rubicon Group Holding (RGH), represented by its CEO Randa S. Ayoubi and Yasu-Project, a Japanese company, represented by its chairman Inoue Yasuharu, signed a cooperation agreement on Monday, paving the way for the two business entities to work together on several projects.
The two companies will start their cooperation with the production of a full feature animation movie, celebrating the legacy of the football game, to be produced and developed by RGH. “We are very excited to see this collaboration between RGH and Yasu-Project to bring about Japan’s beauty in art and culture through RGH’s production dynamics,” Yasuharu said in remarks following the signing of the agreement.
The signing of a final agreement, including all details, is slated for April, according to a statement of RGH, global entertainment company headquartered in Amman.
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