Fewer Japanese Firms Planning to Expand in China
Tokyo, Nov. 21 (Jiji Press)--Fewer Japanese companies are willing to expand operations in China than before as the Chinese market is shrinking amid an economic slowdown, a survey by the Japan External Trade Organization showed Tuesday.
The proportion of Japanese firms planning to expand in China in one or two years hit a record low of 27.7 pct since comparable data became available in 2007, down from 48.7 pct in 2018, before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the survey.
- 12/05 20:59 SoftBank to Invest 473 M. Euros in Connected Car Firm Cubic
- 12/05 17:21 USJ to Open New Area Featuring Donkey Kong
- 12/04 16:45 EVs to Make Up 20 Pct of Toyota's New Car Sales in Europe
- 12/02 12:31 Investment Firm, Others Sell Cosmo Energy Holdings Shares
- 12/01 18:29 INTERVIEW: SBI Securities Sees Steady Growth in Customer Accounts
- 11/30 20:39 (Update) Sumitomo Mitsui Financial to Promote Nakashima to Pres.
- 11/30 18:07 Sumitomo Mitsui Financial to Promote Nakashima to Pres.
- 11/30 11:18 Honda to Invest 500 B. Yen in Electric Motorcycle Biz
- 11/29 21:39 Toyota, 2 Group Firms to Sell Nearly 10 Pct of Denso Shares
- 11/29 21:05 Toyota Again Halts Production Lines at Central Japan Plant
- 11/29 19:52 Nippon Life Announces Acquisition of Nursing Care Group
- 11/29 10:16 Toyota Resumes Minivan Production in Japan
- 11/28 22:25 Nippon Life to Acquire Nichiigakkan Parent for 210 B. Yen