Japan is the third largest economy in the world. In 1989, Japan faced a prolonged period of economic stagnation, deflation and relatively high unemployment. The economic performance of Japan was limited to weak domestic demand and fierce structure of the labor market, which was a consequence of restrictions of business activities. However, despite the difficult internal state policies, Japanese companies continue to enter international markets. In 2011 Japan had 68 companies that are the world's largest corporations (Fortune/Global 500 CNN money) - Toyota Motor, Hitachi, Honda Motor, Nissan Motor, Panasonic, Sony and Toshiba.
Quality craftsmanship, heritage, and history are key factors of success for the luxury brand. The LOUIS VUITTON brand and the famous LOUIS VUITTON monogram are also among the most valuable brand that creates competitive advantages. Japanese consumers are among the world’s biggest
It operates its business operation from two centuries. There are lots of outlets and chain stores throughout the kingdom. This company is considered as third largest company in that country. In this context, it has good image on consumers mind. However, the top level of management thinks that the strength of this company is its transferability and capability of diversity(Fine, 2009).
Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code vis-à-vis Foreign Direct Investment 1. Introduction The paper is a take on the current Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code introduced by India and its consequent effect on foreign direct investment earned by the country. The authors believe that the two concepts are very closely linked. The average time taken to resolve insolvency in India is higher than most countries in the world. According to World Bank data, the average resolution period in India is 4.3 years, which is very high as compared to 6 months in Japan, 8 months in Canada and Singapore and 1 year in UK and USA.
Japan’s automotive industry can be the best example of this phenomenon. One cannot deny the fact that Japan’s automobiles are the answers to the German’s expensive and efficient cars. Japanese automobile’s cost-effective and powerful engines are
On the other hand, Iran´s currency is the weakest in the world. Interestingly, Iran´s inflation rate was in comparison to Germany´s extraordinarily high with an average increase of 17% per year in the last 10 years alone. In these cases, it is obvious that a high inflation rate correlates with a weak currency. But in what way does the inflation rate influence the home currency. First of all, you have to acknowledge that exchange rates are usually subject to myriad of factors in trading.
Studies have shown that accessibility and proximity to home are some of largest factors affecting store choices for Japanese consumers (Haddock-Fraser, 2009). From this, it is implied that the Japanese places great value to convenience. Unsurprisingly, this has resulted in high levels of
Japanese popular culture has obtained followers around the world to consider that the cultural characteristics of this country are attractive to the public. This is demonstrated by two factors: the increase in the Otaku culture and the massive commercialization of anime and manga. The artistic and thematic styles of Manga have transcended cultural barriers, causing an important and lasting impression in the public. As a gateway to Japanese culture, it has attracted a global fan base and has fed interest in Japanese culture. It remains one of the most economically and socially profitable exports in the country and has helped Japan become one of the largest exporters of cultural products in the
Japan is currently a country in Asia which quickly become one of the Asian Tigers such as China. The fact that Japan has a very good financial management gives a chance of profit and helps Indonesia in its construction. The two countries have always held intensive bilateral communication, this has proved when