Ivanka Trump attends a women's empowerment symposium in Tokyo, expressing her motivation to fuel more women-owned businesses to help the American economy. No reporter narration.
(ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION) Ivanka Trump, first daughter and adviser to the U.S. President Donald Trump, attended a women's empowerment symposium on Friday (November 3), in which she expressed her motivation to fuel more women-owned businesses to help the American economy. She was joined by Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, who has said furthering gender equality, coined as 'Womenomics,' is central to his economic growth policies. The annual World Assembly for Women 2017, is the fourth of its kind and was joined by more than 60 political and business representatives from Japan and overseas. Trump arrived in Japan on Thursday evening (November 2) kicking off her three-day visit, ahead of her father's Asia trip which will begin on Nov. 5 in Japan.