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Dr. Feza T. Azmi VIVEK KUMAR
COUNTRY PROFILE
= Ô  Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of
the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South
Korea and Russia, stretching from East China
Sea and Taiwan in the south
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:-Constitutional monarchy with
Parliamentary democracy
= à   :- 377,944 square km (61)
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2010 estimate127,360,000 (10th)
2004 census127,333,002
Contd..
= m r rrr2010 estimateTotal$4.267
trillion(3rd)
= m r

 2010 estimateTotal$5.273
trillion (2nd)
= X   0.960 (very high) (10th)
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   98.5% Japanese,
0.5% Korean, 0.4% Chinese, 0.6% other.
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

= Economic growth, a 10% average in the 1960s,


a 5% average in the 1970s and a 4% average in
the 1980s.
= The majority of Japan's economy is service
sector based Banking, insurance, real estate,
retailing, transportation, telecommunications and
construction are all major industries.
= As of 2009 Japan's public debt is 189 percent of
its annual gross domestic product.
CONTD..
= Japan ranks 12th of 178 countries in the Ease of
Doing Business Index 2008.
= Japan has a low unemployment rate, around
4%.
= .Lifetime employment and seniority-based
career advancement are relatively common in
Japanese work environment .
= Major trading Partners: China, US, EU, South
Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Saudi Arabia,
Australia, UAE and Thailand
SOCIO CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
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ECONOMIC RELATION WITH INDIA

= Japan is currently India¶s third largest source of


foreign direct investment .
= In October 2008, Japan signed an agreement
with India under which it would provide the latter
a low-interest loan worth US$4.5 billion to
construct a railway project between Delhi and
Mumbai .
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 ranks fifth
amongst all trading partners that India have.
Trade between the two nations is steadily
been growing (BILLIONS OF USD)
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AGREEMENT BETWEEN INDIA &
JAPAN
A few notable agreements and convention signed
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to further cement the cordial
relations between the two countries are -
= Air Service,
= Culture and heritage,
= Economic ties,
= Commerce,
= Avoidance of Double Taxation,
= Cooperation in the field of Science and Technology,
= Students exchange programme.
MNC OF JAPAN IN INDIA
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Future prospect
= Japan¶s top trading partner right now is China,
with $176 billion in trade, while trade with India
is only $7.7 billion. With anti-Japan sentiment
increasing in China .
= In future Japanese PM has agreed to give
financial support in build $ 5 billion rail corridor
between New Delhi and Mumbai and Delhi and
Hawrah to speed up infrastructure in India.
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