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It is still uncertain when the United Kingdom will leave the EU.
Understanding Japanese customers has been tricky over the years. Potential entrants into this lucrative market have spent large chunks of money to grab a share of the market. However, many of them failed to make considerable headways into it. There are many reasons for this failure.
Japanese Used Clothing Stores To Expand Into South East Asia, China. Many Japanese used clothing/accessories companies are planning to expand into the South-East Asian markets such as the Philipinnes, Malaysia and China. The market for these used items from Japan is rising.
Japanese Companies are keen to invest in infrastructure development projects in the Mekong Region. The region includes countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar.
As BizMachiCo. has been offering business matching services to foreign companies in Japan, we feel it is an opportune time that we discuss the necessary preparation one needs to make before coming to Japan to find potential business partners.
Although, China and India are attractive markets due to their sheer size and the vibrant cultures associated with them, the Japanese market still offers amazing opportunities to the aspirant entrants from other countries.
Japanese entrepreneurs going global. This must be a thrilling news for all of you as it demonstrates that many Japanese companies are aggressively pursuing business opportunities in Japan and other countries.
How to Enter Into the Japanese Market? That is the question many potential entrants to the Japanese market ask us every time we visit one of the several convention centers in Japan while trade shows are being held.
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From the deeper meaning behind ordering a double double to how we first got hooked on a java, Coffee Week features a fresh blend of everything you ever wanted to know about our nation’s favourite drink.
NEW YORK – The world’s third-largest economy has suffered from a caricature. Yes, Japan fell from its pinnacle in the 1990s because of a property crash, enfeebled banks and a dwindling population. But that was then. It’s not falling anymore.
It may be surprising to many foreign companies. But, the fact of the matter is, that Japan is one of the most lucrative markets in the world. But maybe, the most difficult one as well. Let us face it. It is the third largest economy in the world. It has 127 million population.