LONDON – Japan is the most expensive economy in the world for a foreign company to set up or operate a business, according to a study released Tuesday by the British think tank Economist Intelligence Unit.
According to the EIU report, Japan ranks top among 31 economies in terms of labor costs, rent, business travel expenses, costs for expatriate staff, corporate taxes, perceived corruption levels, telecommunications and other costs.
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