Building Trust in Business and Government: Japan and Beyond – G1 Global Conference 2014
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Building Trust in Business and Government: Japan and Beyond – G1 Global Conference 2014

Japan has been suffering from a very low level of social trust since the aftermath of the 3/11 disaster. Although the decades-long deflation and underlying structural problems pose immense challenges, the Japanese economy is showing early signs of optimism, and there is a general sense that Japan may finally be changing for the better. Against this background, what can be done to restore public trust in the government and businesses? And how can Japan improve its stature on the international arena? In this session, the creator of the "Edelman Trust Barometer" is joined by two prominent Japanese figures with backgrounds in politics, business and the non-profit sector.

Panelists: Richard Edelman - President and Chief Executive Officer, Edelman.

Ken Shibusawa - President and CEO, Japan Center for International Exchange Chairman, Commons Asset Management, Inc.

Yasuhisa Shiozaki - Member of the House of Representatives.

Moderator: Nik Gowing - Main Presenter, BBC World News.


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