The 5th EU Japan Economic Forum 2014

EU Japan Economic  Forum

EU Japan Economic Forum

The EU Japan Economic Forum 2014

Summary Report

 

This report tracks the insights and discussions of Asia Matters’ 5th EU Asia Top Economist Round Table, the ‘EU Japan Economic Forum’ that took place in Tokyo on 14 November.

The event focused on three key topics impacting EU Japan economic relations:

– Assessing Abenomics: The Lasting Impact for the Japanese Economy

– Concluding the Japan EU EPA

– Challenges on the Path to 2015

– Focus on Foreign Direct Investment: Two way investment between Japan and the EU.

The fifth edition of the one-day C-summit style conference followed the success of previous TERTs in Dublin and Tokyo and featured top economists, key speakers from Nissan, Philips, BNP Paribas, as well as senior government officials from METI, MOFA, JETRO and the EU Delegation. Forum held in partnership with EBC, EU Japan Centre , EUSI, Keizai Doyukai and JETRO.

Source: Asia Matters:

http://issuu.com/asiamatters/docs/asia_matters__tokyo_tert_2014_repor/3?e=11981954/10496491

 

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