In an effort to boost export opportunities for Australian manufacturers with Japan, the Japanese Government is funding an informative free seminar run by Austrade, the Australian Government’s export development agency, on October 3 in Sydney.
According to Austrade, local governments in regional Japan are implementing strategies to assist investment and welcome trade.
A keynote speaker at the seminar will be former Australian businessman Simon Robinson, who currently oversees a thriving resort condominium and property development firm in the ski fields of Hokkaido, and will have completed over 120 apartments and houses in the Niseko area by the end of this year.
Mr Robinson said land in many Japanese locations is more afforable and has higher returns than anywhere else in the world.
He has observed that as infrastructure investment in Japan increases, it brings with it opportunities for Australia as many Japanese businesses find it less expensive to bring in exports from Australia than to source from local distributors.
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