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Subject: Agenda for the online meeting
I’m writing to you regarding the agenda for the online meeting.
I’m considering discussing the US house market status, contracts, and inventory.
Are there any agendas from the US side?
It would be appreciated if you could let us know the additional agendas by Friday, 9th.
The date of meeting is already fixed and both the Tokyo side and the Settle side are aware of that. So, you don’t need to write down the details of the date and hour of the meeting.
Instead, I would recommend including the specific Seattle date into the subject of the email as agenda for the meeting Tuesday the 13th.
The sentence is fine. But it may give the impression that there are no additional items. And some people will hesitate to come up with their proposals like this. I would recommend instead an interrogative sentence like “Is there anything you want to add?”
I think American companies’ meetings are used mainly for things like discussion or decision making or problem solving. So, we have meetings for the purpose of getting results. So, information sharing is not really part of our meeting so much.