Facing intense domestic competition, complex regulations, high taxes and a culture that is different from Western models, foreign automotive companies often find it tough to do business in Japan. How these problems might be tackled is the focus of a new European Commission report entitled “Assessment of Barriers to Trade and Investment Between the EU and Japan,” written by consultants Copenhagen Economics A/S. The report highlights a survey of senior executives from a wide range of ...
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