Zoning out

Abe’s plans for a global business hub earns low marks

A quick study

Unilever Japan’s new boss, Fulvio Guarneri

Chile reception

Euro wine producers face new competition

Tough to crack

FDI challenges and opportunities in Japan

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Toyota’s fuel cell future

New hydrogen powered Mirai hits the street

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Andrew Symonds

Rotors and Spurs

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Welsh touch

Mike de Jong talks with Edwina Hart, Minister of Economy, Science and Transport for the government of Wales

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Japan’s lessons for investors

Political risks ahead in the UK

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Royal Visit

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands visit Japan, 28-31 October 2014

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NCCJ Deshima Business Awards

Hotel Okura Tokyo, October 29, 2014

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Bernard Delmas

French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan

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Airlines//

Up in the air

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National Brand: Japan

The challenges of the 3Gs

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Sweet dreams ›

British baker cooks up tasty cakes

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Year’s end, Dutch royalty and Welsh greetings

We’ve reached the year-end edition of EURObiZ Japan, and what a year it’s been. After starting out with such promise, Abenomics sputtered and the economy stalled following the April consumption tax rise. As of this writing, Japanese voters are again in the midst of an election campaign, barely two years after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe […]

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Racing wheels

Photos by Paddy O’Connor Keirin (track cycle racing) began as a betting sport in 1948. The races were first held in Kokura city, Kyushu, as a means of generating revenue to help rebuild cities devastated by the war. Today there are about 50 velodromes in operation. Races annually attract over 20 million people, who place […]

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