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Japanese Industry and Policy News: January 2020

The EU-Japan Centre in Tokyo is regularly publishing "Industry and Policy News" from the Japanese industrial, business and policy landscape, including newly released policy documents, surveys, and official statements, in the context of EU-Japan industrial cooperation

Please find out about recent developments in the attached January 2020 issue.

SUMMARY:

LEGISLATION AND POLICY NEWS

  • Renewables to Become Japan's Main Sources of Power Supply
  • AIST to Establish International Joint Research Center for zeroemissions Technologies
  • Advanced Emergency Braking System Will Become Obligatory for New Cars
  • Act on the Rational Use of Energy was Revised Partially
  • Tokyo to Promote Hydrogen Society during the Olympic/Paralympic Games

SURVEY AND BUSINESS DATA

  • Preliminary Report of 2019 Basic Survey of Japanese Business Structure and Activities Compiled
  • Study Group on Security Assessment of Cloud Services Compiles its Discussion Results into a Report
  • Japan Registered the Largest Trade Deficit against the EU in 2019
  • Annual Foreign Visitors Surpassed 30 million for the First Time
  • Number of Foreign Visitors by Cruising Vessel Decreased in Two Consecutive Years
  • Wind Power Installation Shows Sign for Increase
  • Mercedes Keeps Top Share as Imported Cars
and more...
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