From “Japan Passing” to “Japan Rushing”: Understanding the New Momentum
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From “Japan Passing” to “Japan Rushing”: Understanding the New Momentum

While Japan's economic recovery is yet to be placed on a stable path, there seems to be a renewed surge of attention from the world on Japanese society and market as a country with still untapped business potentials and entrepreneurship. The newly introduced corporate governance code is also raising hopes among foreign investors that corporate Japan may finally undergo fundamental changes. Can Japan regain its confidence as an attractive business destination in the global economy? The panel of renowned experts discusses ways to reinvigorate Japanese economy and investments.

Jesper Koll - CEO WisdomTree Japan KK.

Hiromichi (Hiro) Mizuno - Executive Managing Director and CIO Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF).

Heizo Takenaka - Director, Global Security Research Institute Professor, Faculty of Policy Management at Keio University.

Nik Gowing (Moderator) - International Broadcaster and Journalist.


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