Foreign Affairs: "Why Nobody Invests in Japan"

Oct 13, 2021

Japan's hesitancy towards foreign direct investment (FDI) is rooted in decades-old formal and informal hurdles placed in the way of foreign enterprises' efforts to acquire domestic firms. In this Foreign Affairs article, former Senior Fellow Richard Katz argues that the country's failure to welcome foreign capital is hobbling its economy.

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