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DAVOS SPECIAL 2018

Japan Times
BUSINESS / DAVOS SPECIAL 2018
Jan 23, 2018
Working to build a shared future in a 'fractured world'
As the global environment has changed dramatically today with geopolitical fissures, technological advances and a shared economy, the World Economic Forum's annual meeting will kick off on Jan. 23 in Davos, Switzerland, with more than 3,000 of the world's influential and wealthy individuals coming from...
Japan Times
BUSINESS / DAVOS SPECIAL 2018
Jan 23, 2018
Japan a global leader in cryptocurrency investment
Japan is the global leader in the market development of cryptocurrencies — a global buzzword recently — some of which have seen their values skyrocket over the past year.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / DAVOS SPECIAL 2018
Jan 23, 2018
Innovative maps show relationships among key issues
In 2016, World Economic Forum (WEF) founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab proclaimed the fourth industrial revolution as a distinct evolution from its predecessor because of the rapid onset of ubiquitous change.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / DAVOS SPECIAL 2018
Jan 23, 2018
Showcasing fine cuisine and culture
Offering a welcome respite from the four-day 2018 World Economic Forum meeting, the annual Japan Night reception presents participants with the finest in Japanese cuisine and traditional artistic performances.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / DAVOS SPECIAL 2018
Jan 23, 2018
Saitama in the vanguard of technological innovation
The city of Saitama, a major bedroom community of Tokyo and a host of venues for basketball and soccer games during the 2020 Olympics, attracts many companies with leading technology that Japan can be proud to showcase to the world.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / DAVOS SPECIAL 2018
Jan 23, 2018
Japan: A frontrunner to solve social challenges
Achieving sustainable growth while coping with a population decline calls for "Society 5.0," a super smart society where we can resolve various social challenges by incorporating the innovations of the fourth industrial revolution such as the "internet of things," big data, artificial intelligence, robots...
Japan Times
BUSINESS / DAVOS SPECIAL 2018
Jan 23, 2018
Wagashi confections enjoy increased global popularity
Back in the 1990s to early 2000s, my sister worked as a chef in the kitchen of the Toraya Cafe in New York City, the sole North American branch of a famous wagashi (traditional Japanese confections) maker that has been in business since the late 16th century. Her job was to create savory lunch items...

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