Abenomics And A More Open Japan

Ken O'Flaherty, Head of Prosperity Department at the British Embassy Tokyo, explains the recent changes in the Japanese market as a result of bold economic policy initiatives, famously coined 'Abenomics'.

Tim Hitchens, British Ambassador to Japan, and Ken O'Flaherty, Head of Prosperity Department at the British Embassy Tokyo, discuss big changes happening in the Japanese economy as a result of the current Abe government and its strong economic initiatives.
 
Prime Minister Abe has led his new leadership with a wide range of economic reforms to promote growth in Japan and a sense of optimism is appearing as a result. With a new economic stimulous package underway and a boosted monetary policy in place, this represents great potential for UK companies to engage with Japan as it is pushing through new free trade agreements and breaking down barriers through de-regulation.
 
This short interview will help you understand more about:
  • What is really happening right now in the Japanese economy
  • The influence and effects of 'Abenomics'
  • Current situation of Japan's recent worldwide trade negotiations and benefits UK companies can expect to see
  • Where your company can fit in to these developments

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