31 octobre 2017
Tax and Regulations Committee
Do not miss the opportunity to understand where Abenomics will go through this timely conference, now that the General Election is over.
After an extraordinary long period of political stability and stormy support rates for the cabinet, Prime Minister Abe faced a series of setbacks over recent months that suddenly questions the stability and assumption that Abe has many more years.
Following the cabinet reshuffle in August, Prime Minister Abe enters this Fall's Extraordinary Diet session determined to stem the criticism and regain public trust. At stake are public perceptions regarding the success of structural and economic reforms designed to rescue the nation from a prolonged deflationary downturn and restore economic competitiveness, as well as his career ambition of revising Japan's post-war constitution.
On top of constitutional and work style reform, how will he rebrand his signature economic policy “Abenomics” in order to put priority on economic growth? What are the most likely policy topics in the extra-ordinary diet session? What are likely political events that will drive the agenda and what does this all mean to French and European businesses?
In this seminar, Jakob Edberg, President and CEO of GR Japan, will cut through the many layers of public perception and political expectation to get at the heart of what's really driving the political agenda and how that influences your business.
About the speaker
Before co-founding GR Japan, Jakob Edberg was Policy Director at the European Business Council in Japan, where he supervised government outreach and advocacy for over 300 companies in 29 sector committees. He also served as a senior trade officer at the Swedish Embassy in Tokyo. Representing international businesses' interests on ministry and party committees, he has a wealth of experience with the Japanese administration and Diet, on everything from front-page trade issues and technical product standards, to successful campaigns for new legislation and financial regulation.
Date Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Time From 19:00 to 21:00 (doors open at 18:30)
Venue French Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Address Iida Bldg 1F, 5-5 Rokubancho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Admission fee (to be paid online by credit card or in cash at the door)
Members : 4,000 yen/person
Non-members : 6,000 yen/person
Deadline for registration/cancellation Monday, October 30, 2017, 12:00
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.