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  • 1. JAPAN ECONOMY 1
  • 2. JAPAN Chief of the State Emperor AKIHITOMERDE L’EST Political Regime Constitutional monarchy Capital Tokyo GDP/Cap $34,000 Osaka, Kobe, Nagoya, Main cities Fukuoka, Kitakyushu Source: CIA Fact book 2011 2
  • 3. MAIN ECONOMICAL INDICATORS Statistics( 20010) Japan trends Population (millions) 126,475,664 Superficy (km²) 377,915 Median agae 44.8 GDP trillion$ 4.31 trillion Growth 3,9 Pop active 62.97 mi. Unemployment rate 5% Inflation rate 0,7% Exchanges Exports billion$ $ 765.2 Imports billion $ $ 639.1 Finance Investment rate 19.1% GDP Budget -7,7% GDP Official currency YEN Change Euro/JPY 110, 55Source : OECD, IMF, CIA Source: CIA Fact book 2011 3
  • 4. 8 REASONS TO GO TO JAPAN 3rd Biggest economy in theJapan’s 127m consumers world Open economy It is a strategic stepping stone for Easy to reach other Asian markets Leading InternationalStrategic business sectors exhibitions in ASIA 4
  • 5. BUSSINES IN JAPAN Bridge nation connecting Asia and the world which contributes toAsia’s growth. Promises a safe, secure and comfortable environment. Large numbers of leading global companies and SMEs withproprietary technologies Japanese consumers are sensitive to fashion and European highquality goods. The economic size of each region within Japan can be compared toone country’s economy. Test marketing before entering Asian markets. It is also a countrywith “soft power,” which sets trends Best infrastructure in terms of advanced infrastructure Source: CIA Fact book 2011, Jetro, IMF 5
  • 6. JAPAN, BUSINESS OUTLOOKImport commodities - partners Export commodities - partners Transport equipment, motor vehicles, Machinery and equipment, fuels, semiconductors, electrical machinery, foodstuffs, chemicals, textiles, raw chemicals materials China 18.9%, US 16.4%, South Korea China 18.9%, US 16.4%, South Korea 8.1%, Hong Kong 5.5% 8.1%, Hong Kong 5.5Export – Import revenues Main industries Imports $ 639.1 billion (2010 est.) Motor vehicles, electronic equipment, machine tools, steel and nonferrous metals, ships, chemicals, textiles, Exports $ 765.4 billion (2010 est.) processed foods 6
  • 7. JAPAN, MAIN SECTORSShip industry Textile Machine tools Chemicals Electronics Automobile Food 7
  • 8. Sony 8
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