Japan is rapidly changing– it’s aging population combined with a technological revolution and the dynamism of international trade are causing seismic shifts in the country’s corporate culture. Hiroaki Nakanishi, a leader at Hitachi and the new head of the Japan Business Federation, explains the new direction of Japanese business
From bustling metropolises to peaceful resort towns and industrial hubs, Japan’s strengths lie in its diversity.
Nine cities and regions, all representing unique aspects of Japan, will host the 2019 G20 Summit and Ministerial Meetings. Learn more about how they are playing key roles on the world stage
Japan’s regulatory agency is employing a holistic scientific method to get new pharmaceuticals and medical devices on the market in record time, while also minimizing risk. Dr. Tatsuya Kondo, the agency’s chief executive, explains how the approach could benefit the world and the need for global collaboration in the industry
Japan’s use of generic drugs has tripled in the last ten years. Not only is this saving the country billions of dollars, now Japanese generic drug manufacturers are investing more than ever in developing new, potentially life-saving techniques to make drugs easier to take, more convenient and more durable