An aerial view of office and residential buildings in the Japanese capital as seen from the observation deck of the Tokyo Skytree. Photo: Reuters An aerial view of office and residential buildings in the Japanese capital as seen from the observation deck of the Tokyo Skytree. Photo: Reuters
An aerial view of office and residential buildings in the Japanese capital as seen from the observation deck of the Tokyo Skytree. Photo: Reuters

Japan looks to lure away Hong Kong professionals to turn Tokyo into a financial hub

  • Japan’s ruling party made tempting away Hong Kong’s financial professionals part of an official policy proposal after it won favour from the prime minister
  • The East Asian nation has not historically excelled at attracting high-level professionals, with only about 13,000 living there at present

Topic |   Japan
An aerial view of office and residential buildings in the Japanese capital as seen from the observation deck of the Tokyo Skytree. Photo: Reuters An aerial view of office and residential buildings in the Japanese capital as seen from the observation deck of the Tokyo Skytree. Photo: Reuters
An aerial view of office and residential buildings in the Japanese capital as seen from the observation deck of the Tokyo Skytree. Photo: Reuters
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