Discovery Reports reviews business spectrum in Japan
World’s third-largest economy is a perfect combination of a modern and traditional culture
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A miniature shrine adorned with golden carvings is carried through a bustling commercial metropolis during a religious procession, while a student uses an interface that allows him to preview calligraphy as he writes them in the air.
Japan – the world’s third-largest economy – is an eclectic mix of the modern and the traditional. It is home to leading global industrial clusters and manufacturing centres, and has eight of the world’s top 10 longest-running businesses founded before the year 1000 AD.
Japan’s resilience and adaptability have enabled its companies to stay competitive, and these same virtues position the country as one of the best-performing markets worldwide.
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