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April 17, 2017

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China and Japan create a stronger economic partnership

China and Japan create a stronger economic partnership

The year 2017 marks the 45th anniversary of China-Japan bilateral diplomatic relations. The two countries shared trading and economic past has given rise to a prosperous future and a beneficial trading relationship.

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Mitutoyo measures success in China through people and products

Mitutoyo measures success in China through people and products

Mitutoyo has been a leader in the metrology and measurement industries for over 80 years. Originally founded in Kawasaki, Japan, the company continues to strengthen its overseas business. In China, Mitutoyo Measuring Instruments (Shanghai) has become a market leader in its sector. Motohiro Egusa, head of China operations at Mitutoyo Shanghai, has successfully tripled sales since 2010.

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80 years of connections and innovation

80 years of connections and innovation

Established in Tokyo in 1937, Hirose Electric is celebrating 80 years this year. The company’s fully owned subsidiary in China, Hirose Electric Trading (Shanghai) is committed to achieving the company’s mission to become a leader in the electrical manufacturing market in the country.

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AMT - Facilitating two-way business between Japan, China and key Asian jurisdictions

AMT - Facilitating two-way business between Japan, China and key Asian jurisdictions

“When I began working in Beijing in 1998, horse-drawn wagons and sidewalk barbers were common sights,” said Akira Moriwaki, partner and chief representative of the Anderson Mori and Tomotsune (AMT) firm’s Shanghai office. “Over the course of the next two decades, China’s legal system as we know it today was established, and key acts have been put in place — governing contracts, collateral, securities, labor and anti-monopoly policies, among others.”

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Fresh ideas and passion for progress drive Yokogawa in China

Fresh ideas and passion for progress drive Yokogawa in China

Yokogawa Electric Corp. was one of the earliest foreign measurement instrument and industrial automation companies to establish a presence in China. Today, the company is a global industry leader with over 100 years of experience built on its reputation for such breakthrough innovations as the world’s first commercialized distributed control system.

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Winning the beer race in thirsty China

Winning the beer race in thirsty China

As a subsidiary of the Asahi Group, Japan’s largest bee r producer, Asahi Beer (China) has focused on expanding sales of its core brands across various categories. Today, the company holds a majority share of Japanese beer products in China and continues to grow.

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From Japan, China’s logistics partner of choice

From Japan, China’s logistics partner of choice

Since 1995, Nippon Express (China) has been serving all kinds of clients across the country and earned a reputation as one of the leading logistics providers.

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Partnerships for the development of China’s insurance sector

Partnerships for the development of China’s insurance sector

Under the MS&AD Insurance Group, Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance China (MSIC) was incorporated in September 2007. Celebrating its 10th anniversary in China this year, MSIC is the number one Japanese non-life insurance company in the country in terms of gross premiums.

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Investing in people, products and solutions

Investing in people, products and solutions

An advanced materials company, Toray Industries (China) is aiming to become the leading company in the sector. The regional company for China under Japan’s Toray Group, Toray Industries (China) first established an office in 1985 in Beijing. It has since grown to encompass 37 locations employing over 8,000 people across the country.

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Innovation and technology drive success in China

Innovation and technology drive success in China

“In line with our company philosophy, we are a strong technology- oriented company,” said Hideo Shiwa, Fujikura China’s chief representative officer. “This is the motto that drives our innovative approach and keeps us ahead of the competition in the Chinese market.”

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Mizuho Bank’s growing role in China’s financial sector

Mizuho Bank’s growing role in China’s financial sector

Mizuho Bank started supporting the development of China’s banking sector in 1979, years before it entered the market there. It held finance seminars that exposed participants - including Chinese government officials and managers of state-owned enterprises - to the nuances of international trade and finance. Its first branch office opened in Shenzhen in 1987 and today Mizuho Bank (China) has 1,600 employees in 16 offices and over $150 million in assets.

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