Investing in Japan

Investing in Japan

Exploring the ins and outs of purchasing, leasing, and renting property in Japan, this book details Japan's real estate industry and foreign investment, appraisal, zoning ordinances and restrictions, leasing, negotiating for acquisisition ...

Author: Takenaka Corporation

Publisher: Urban Land Inst

ISBN: UOM:39015059555386

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 144

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Exploring the ins and outs of purchasing, leasing, and renting property in Japan, this book details Japan's real estate industry and foreign investment, appraisal, zoning ordinances and restrictions, leasing, negotiating for acquisisition of property, recording property rights, taxes, financing, and investing in commercial properties.
Categories: Business & Economics

Investing in Japan

Investing in Japan

Previously , exports , along with plant and equipment investment , had led
Japan's economic growth . Creation of demand by exports has become even
more important since the oil crisis resulted in a prolonged sluggishness of
domestic plant ...

Author: Nomura Sōgō Kenkyūjo

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822003032661

Category: Investments, Foreign

Page: 193

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Categories: Investments, Foreign

Investing in Japan

Investing in Japan

Item MITI Other ministnes Other governmental institutions Direct investments in
Japan in general Office for the Promotion of Foreign Investment in Japan 03-501-
6623 Information Service Department of JETRO 03-582-5571 Establishment of ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822003654118

Category: Investments, Foreign

Page: 61

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Categories: Investments, Foreign

Japanese Direct Investment in U S Manufacturing

Japanese Direct Investment in U S  Manufacturing

Japanese companies investing ( 168 ) , and amount of bilateral trade generated (
$ 35 billion in 1989 ) . • Japan is investing in the United States in high - wage
industries , 10 percent above the average for all U . S . manufacturing . Actual
wage ...

Author: Phyllis Ann Genther

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015019484297

Category: Investments, Japanese

Page: 21

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Categories: Investments, Japanese

Establishing a Business in Japan

Establishing a Business in Japan

It outlines briefly the relevant sections of the Japanese foreign investment law ,
the Treaty of Friendship , Commerce and ... In general , all foreign investments
and technological assistance agreements must be approved by the Japanese ...

Author: Norman D. Glick

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:30000010244758

Category: New business enterprises

Page: 18

View: 406

Categories: New business enterprises

Japan Report

Japan Report

faces Much has been written about Japanese direct investment in the United
States , Asia , Europe and elsewhere . In comparison , little attention is paid to
direct foreign investment in Japan . Yet , according to a re - cent Kyodo News
Service ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105021028845

Category: Japan

Page:

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Categories: Japan

Investing in Japanese Real Estate

Investing in Japanese Real Estate

Even though the industrial market economies ' growth rates in public and private
consumption and gross domestic investment have been much lower than the
lowincome economies , Japan ' s growth position in consumption and investment
 ...

Author: Mary Alice Hines

Publisher: Praeger

ISBN: UCSD:31822003337243

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 287

View: 756

Hines, a noted authority and writer on domestic and international real estate, has conducted the first systematic research on this market and distilled her findings in one information-packed volume. M.A. Hines is convinced that to invest profitably in Japanese properties, the investor needs to develop an understanding not only of the investment market but of Japanese society, culture and economy. Following a survey of the present Japanese investment environment, the author goes into these issues in some depth, focusing particularly on traditional Japanese land tenure and more recent trends in land planning and control. Current land development patterns, policies and regulations and their effects on real estate investment potential are carefully evaluated. A chapter on financing sources and methods provides useful data on money supply, credit terms, current tax law affecting Japanese real estate investment and the institutions that make up the Japanese financial system. Mortgage Banking Although Japanese real estate is an important and growing segment of the international investment market, the lack of solid information on the subject has made it difficult for foreign investors to take advantage of investment opportunities in that country. M. A. Hines, the noted authority and writer on domestic and international real estate, has conducted the first systematic research on this market and distilled her findings in one information-packed volume. A comprehensive guide for the real estate professional, it opens the door to what Professor Hines considers to be the most promising new frontier in this type of overseas investment. Hines is convinced that to invest profitably in Japanese properties, the investor needs to develop an understanding not only of the investment market but of Japanese society, culture, and economics, as well as of how these influence the way the Japanese do business. The only work of its kind in English, this authoritative new book will be essential reading for the real estate investor with an ambition to explore fresh opportunities in the international market.
Categories: Business & Economics

United States Foreign Economic Policy Toward Japan

United States Foreign Economic Policy Toward Japan

Four investment banks also have offices in the U . S . This month the six trust
banks in Japan will open a joint ... are also interested in Japan and have opened
17 branches , 18 representative offices and have 13 joint venture investments .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy

Publisher:

ISBN: LOC:00185447005

Category: Japan

Page: 157

View: 120

Categories: Japan

United States Foreign Economic Policy Toward Japan

United States Foreign Economic Policy  Toward Japan

Four investment banks also have offices in the U . S . This month the six trust
banks in Japan will open a joint ... ire also interested in Japan and have opened
17 branches , 18 representative offices and have 13 joint venture investments .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Foreign Affairs

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105045302549

Category:

Page: 157

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Industrial Investment in Japan

Industrial Investment in Japan

INTRODUCTION TO FACTORY LOCATION IN JAPAN 1. PROCEDURAL FLOW
OF FACTORY LOCATION Foreigners investing in Japan can make investment
without difficulty if the procedures outlined in the flowchart below are followed .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822017469008

Category: Foreign trade regulation

Page:

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Categories: Foreign trade regulation

Guide Book for Investments in Japan

Guide Book for Investments in Japan

One is that a foreign investor enters a cooperative relationship with a Japanese
enterprise by acquiring its stocks ( shares ) . The other is that a foreign investor
and a Japanese enterpriser establish cooperatively a new company by investing
 ...

Author: Daiichi Ginkō

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105044549884

Category: Investments, Foreign

Page: 66

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Categories: Investments, Foreign

Stimulating Foreign Investment in Japan

Stimulating Foreign Investment in Japan

STIMULATING FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN JAPAN This brief report summarizes
the situation in Japan on foreign investment . It deals more specifically with a plan
now being considered by Stanford Research Institute to assist in stimulating ...

Author: Harry J. Robinson

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105044570492

Category: Investments, Foreign

Page: 62

View: 187

Categories: Investments, Foreign

Trends in Japan s Direct Investment Abroad in FY

Trends in Japan s Direct Investment Abroad in FY

Prominent investments were mostly those involving the establishment of strategic
sales facilities for Japanese manufacturers abroad and the expansion of existing
facilities . Among such activities one should note the newly created sales bases ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822036718690

Category: Investments, Japanese

Page:

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Categories: Investments, Japanese

A Case Study of Foreign Investment in Japan

A Case Study of Foreign Investment in Japan

Really , I think we cannot do business in Japan unless we adopt their methods .
Because , no matter what you might think because of your own business
background , the system works and Japan has prospered because of it . ” The
Australian ...

Author: Nihon Bōeki Shinkōkai

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:35128000901148

Category: Business enterprises, Foreign

Page: 56

View: 843

Categories: Business enterprises, Foreign

Testing the Ex Ante Relationship Between Asset and Investment Returns in Japan

Testing the Ex Ante Relationship Between Asset and Investment Returns in Japan

An Application of the P-CAPM to the Japanese Asset Returns Naohiko Baba ...
given the value of B , then it means that the representative agent can gain at the
margin by borrowing at the government bond rate and investing in stocks . This is
 ...

Author: Naohiko Baba

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822028393668

Category: Assets (Accounting)

Page: 49

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Categories: Assets (Accounting)

A Guide to Doing Business in Japan

A Guide to Doing Business in Japan

Investment in a nationwide optical fiber network also has been delayed . The “
mold - breaking ” thinking that is required to move into the digital , multimedia
future may not be well served by Japan ' s educational system , with its emphasis
on ...

Author: American Chamber of Commerce in Japan

Publisher: Tuttle Pub

ISBN: UCSD:31822023680358

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 226

View: 786

Categories: Business & Economics

The Journal of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan

The Journal of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan

Investments are way down , " says Roger Boisvert , chairman and The
infrastructure for the venture economy really isn't in place yet , representative
director of advisory VC , CTR Ventures . “ The first dif even though there is money
in Japan .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCLA:L0089650394

Category: Industries

Page:

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Categories: Industries

Small and Successful in Japan

Small and Successful in Japan

Selling to Japan ; investing in Japan Moving on from a general description of
Japan , past , present and future , this section will focus more on Japan ' s trade
relations with the rest of the world to provide a more specific background to our ...

Author: Simon Collinson

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822023718372

Category: Business enterprises, Foreign

Page: 150

View: 620

Japan has one of the largest, most profitable domestic markets in the world. It is also the toughest. This book describes how Japan is different and why it is difficult, compared to other global markets. It provides insights into how foreign companies can adapt to succeed in Japan and use this experience to develop competetive advantages in other markets. These insights have been gathered from the first survey of its kind, conducted by the author in Japan and the UK, looking at how British firms enter Japan, the problems they face and how they overcome these. The fieldwork forcussed on 30 case studies of British and small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in Japan, through a series of interviews with managers, engineers, consultants and policy-makers in both countries. The author also discusses some of the current, major socio-economic changes taking place in Japan and concludes that the opportunities for foreign businesses out of the midday sun are now greater than ever.
Categories: Business enterprises, Foreign

Investing in Protection

Investing in Protection

The FTA is Japan's first agreement with an exporter of agricultural products —
pork, citrus fruits, and avocados in the case of Mexico. NAFTA ... Japanese
investment in Mexico in general is smaller and narrowly concentrated in fewer
industries.

Author: Mark S. Manger

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521765046

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 267

View: 998

Since the early 1990s there has been an explosion of preferential trade agreements between North and South. Arguing that this is based on competition for investment opportunities rather than free trade, Mark Manger offers a new perspective on the roles of the state and corporations in changing patterns of international trade.
Categories: Business & Economics