Japan's highest mountain, Mount Fuji, seen in the distance behind the skyline of the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. Photo: AFP Japan's highest mountain, Mount Fuji, seen in the distance behind the skyline of the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. Photo: AFP
Japan's highest mountain, Mount Fuji, seen in the distance behind the skyline of the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. Photo: AFP

With Tokyo posing a challenge to Hong Kong’s financial hub crown, are companies likely to head for Japan? Analysts weigh in

  • The Japanese government has swiftly implemented measures to bolster Tokyo’s chances, sensing weakness in rival Hong Kong amid political turmoil
  • Any movement of foreign firms from Hong Kong to Tokyo would have an impact on the office property market

Topic |   Asia housing and property
Japan's highest mountain, Mount Fuji, seen in the distance behind the skyline of the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. Photo: AFP Japan's highest mountain, Mount Fuji, seen in the distance behind the skyline of the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. Photo: AFP
Japan's highest mountain, Mount Fuji, seen in the distance behind the skyline of the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. Photo: AFP
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