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Nippon Export and Investment Insurance (NEXI) plays a crucial role in getting Japanese businesses to break barriers in the international marketplace. Insuring companies that work, loan, invest and export overseas, the government-owned company mitigates the risks of creating new business and enables Japanese companies to flourish beyond national borders
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Nagoya University, a heavyweight in research that has produced more than one-fifth of Japan’s Nobel Prize winners has two fundamental goals: to contribute to the sustainable development of society and the happiness of all human beings. Here, its president discusses why diversity, internationalization and courageous intellectuals are key to its vision
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As some of the world’s most important democratic nations move towards greater isolationism, Japan stands out as a clear exception. And JICA, the country’s development agency, is central to intensifying global ties. Here, its president explains the agency’s approach to boosting human security and quality economic growth around the world
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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
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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
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Towa Pharmaceutical is a Japanese generic drug company that is highly committed to innovation. Itsuro Yoshida, the company’s president, explains his passion for contributing to a healthier world by creating medications that are easier to take, more efficient to manufacture and more durable
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Osamu Nagayama, chairman of both Chugai Pharmaceutical and Sony, is one of Japan’s most visionary business leaders. Here, he explains how he carved out a unique way for Chugai to become a bigger player on the global stage
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On average it takes students 16 years to pass through the Japanese education system. That's why Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan's minister of education, has his sights set on the future and is carefully transforming the system to ensure students passing through Japanese schools will be well equipped to lead in a rapidly changing world
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Hiroyuki Ishige is the Chairman and CEO of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), a government-affiliated agency that works to boost international trade and FDI. Here, he discusses investment opportunities, the Japanese brand, regional cooperation, and why the U.S. may want to consider rejoining the Trans-Pacific Partnership
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Founded on the principles of freedom and innovation, Ritsumeikan University has evolved considerably during its nearly 150 years of history while remaining true to its core values. The university’s president Mikio Yoshida describes the university’s transformation into one of the country’s most international and innovative institutions of higher education
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