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Why japan has a double task to counteract the crisis

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  • 1. Why Japan has a heavier task tocounteract the crisis compared to China BART JORIS 2FV04
  • 2. Table of contents 1.The major problems of Japan 2.A worrying problem for Japan’s future 3.How China tries to counteract the crisis 4.Why it’s hard for Japan to find a solution 5.Conclusion
  • 3. 1) Worldwide crisis 2011 Q4
  • 4. 1) 03.11.2011 Bad time for a tsunami Crisis+ paralyzed economy Fukushima 147 billiard euro damage
  • 5. 1) The strong Yen Graph from past 5 years 2008:115YEN=1USD 2012:80YEN=1USD
  • 6. 2) Another major problem for Japan Japan = technology Sony: loss +2bn in 2011 Sony Stock Price sony “Galapagos-isation” cumbersome structure
  • 7. 3) How china tries to counteract the crisis Q1 2012 8.1% growth Avoided a large-scale stimulus package Beijing goal of rebalancing the economy
  • 8. The juice is worth the squeeze Consumer spending +76% Investments in fixed assets -20.9% Sales growth +15.2% Sustained Efforts to Regulate the housing sector
  • 9. 4)Why its hard for Japan to find a solution 5) conclusion External factors Western company structure
  • 10. Thank you for your attention