Date : April 21, 2016
Video Report: Japan’s Role in the Global Economy ― Before the G7 Summit (Mr. Kazumasa Iwata, JCER President)
post date : 2016.04.25
With the current Abe government now in its fourth year, there is increasing debate over the successes of and issues with Abenomics, as well as over the consumption tax hike and additional economic measures. As the host country of the Ise-Shima G7 Summit being held in May, what message can Japan send about strong, sustainable growth of the global economy?
The FPCJ invited Mr. Kazumasa Iwata, President of the Japan Center for Economic Research, to discuss Japan’s role in the global economy. Mr. Iwata spoke to Prime Minister Abe about the state of the global economy at the government’s Analysis Meeting on International Finance and Economy held last month.
The briefing had a total of 40 participants, including 12 journalists from USA, China, South Korea, etc., and 21 embassy representatives.
Distributed Material: Japan’s Role in the Global Economy ― Before the G7 Summit
Date: April 21 (Thu), 2016
Briefer: Mr. Kazumasa Iwata, President, Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER)
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