Vietnam, Indonesia and India have become increasingly attractive markets for Japanese businesses in the last three years, according to recent survey results.
The survey was conducted by Japan’s leading life insurance company Nissay in August 2014 with the participation of 4,285 companies operating overseas.
Data showed that almost half regarded the Asian market as increasingly important.
According to the survey, 40.7 percent of Japanese companies affirmed that Asia was a market with a high potential, while 16.7 percent regarded Asia as an important manufacturing base 12 percent said Asia was a source of supply of products and spare parts.
Regarding training and Japan’s international workforce, 14.2 percent of companies believed graduates should be sent overseas for training and work experience.
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