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DAVOS SPECIAL 2013

Japan Times
JAPAN / DAVOS SPECIAL 2013
Jan 23, 2013
Davos fosters the passion to overcome global challenges
Every year in late January, global leaders in business, politics, academia and other fields get together in Switzerland to discuss the various challenges faced by the world.
Japan Times
JAPAN / DAVOS SPECIAL 2013
Jan 23, 2013
Managing the Japan-China Row
At a time when official Japan-China dialogue has come to a standstill over conflicting territorial claims, the Tokyo Foundation hosted an important Track 2 meeting of foreign policy experts from Japan, China, and the U.S.
Japan Times
JAPAN / DAVOS SPECIAL 2013
Jan 23, 2013
Japan searches for growth areas to drive economy
While the media have highlighted Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's large-scale government spending on public works, and high expectations for his so-called Abenomics drove share prices up and weakened the yen, the important question is; what industries does Abe's administration want to promote as driving forces...
Japan Times
JAPAN / DAVOS SPECIAL 2013
Jan 23, 2013
Looking to bring Japan's tastes to new markets through sake
As people across the globe toasted the New Year this month, Japan's sake brewers had another reason to celebrate. The industry saw modest increases in sake sales, offering a glimmer of hope to producers who have watched consumption decline since the late 1970s. According to the Japanese Sake and Shochu...
Japan Times
JAPAN / DAVOS SPECIAL 2013
Jan 23, 2013
Lack of diversity hurts Japan: Saito
William H. Saito, who moved to Tokyo from California eight years ago, has had some splendid achievements in his 41 years of life so far.
Japan Times
JAPAN / DAVOS SPECIAL 2013
Jan 23, 2013
Aiming to take Japan's best onto the global stage
Japanese leaders in business, culture, politics and other fields should look abroad and take what Japan can do best to the world, said Yoshito Hori, president of Globis University and managing partner of Globis Capital Partners.
JAPAN / DAVOS SPECIAL 2013
Jan 23, 2013
An outlook for optimism: a dose of much-needed medicine for world's ills
In geopolitics, the dynamic between traditional superpowers and emerging economies, while fascinating, is far from being fully understood. Even our virtual personas tread muddy waters, contending with ambiguities over digital rights and doubtful online security. And globalization — the very system...
Japan Times
JAPAN / Politics / DAVOS SPECIAL 2013
Jan 23, 2013
Expert details Japan's 'seemingly' rightward shift
When the Liberal Democratic Party's Shinzo Abe became prime minister in December, some domestic and global media ran editorials labeling his appointment as the sign of Japan's swing to the right.

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