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2022-08-07
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Japan increases foreign investment in China Construction Machinery Enterprises influx of China Construction Machinery Enterprises Japan increases foreign investment in China Construction Machinery Enterprises influx of China Construction machinery information introduction: with the acceleration of Chinese enterprises' investment in Japan in the past year, there are new signs of capital flow between China and Japan. Over the past few decades, funds have flowed from Japan to China in one direction. Now, funds are increasingly turning to two-way flows. The Japan Trade Promotion Agency predicts that more Chinese investment will enter Japan in the future. Day

with the acceleration of Chinese enterprises' investment in Japan in the past year, there are new signs of capital flow between China and Japan. Over the past few decades, funds have flowed from Japan to China in one direction. Now, funds are increasingly turning to two-way flows. The Japan Trade Promotion Agency predicts that more Chinese investment will enter Japan in the future

the Japanese government plans to double the investment in compact electrospun glass fiber felt (FDI) containing silver nanoparticles in the filter layer of foreign direct Mspp within ten years.

Japan has always been famous for its export of manufacturing products and overseas investment. There has always been a feeling of exclusion in Japan for the entry of foreign capital. According to the data of the United Nations, the proportion between the amount of foreign investment attracted by Japan and its economic scale is in the penultimate position in the world. In 2009, the direct investment flowing into Japan accounted for only 0.24% of its GDP. By 2011, the overseas capital flowing into Japan had not increased, but decreased by $2.3 billion. Part of the reason comes from the "March 11" earthquake in 2011

Japanese enterprises are accelerating their outward migration. After the "March 11" earthquake, the yen appreciated significantly, reaching 75 yen to the US dollar in the third quarter of 2011. Japanese enterprises took this opportunity to accelerate the pace of overseas mergers and acquisitions and investment. In 2011, Japan's total foreign investment reached US $115.6 billion, a year-on-year increase of 102%, second only to the United States, ranking second in the world, exacerbating Japan's long-standing problem of industrial hollowing out

the mayor of Hiromatsu City, Huijin, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, said that Japan has Jinan new era Testing Instrument Co., Ltd. has produced experimental machines for many years. Our technicians have been protecting the technology of each experimental machine for a lifetime. It is impossible to develop without external help. Fuji company has been one of the economic pillars of wazirosamatsu city for decades. A semiconductor factory of the company employs 2000 local employees. After the outbreak of the economic crisis in 2009, the experimental machine was cut out. It is used for one third under various environmental conditions. In the autumn of 2011, Shijing flew to China, invited Zoomlion to invest in Huijin ruosung, and reached an agreement that Zoomlion would build a factory in the local area in 2012

the Japanese government has introduced various preferential policies to attract foreign investors. For example, Miyagi Prefecture, which was severely affected by the earthquake, stipulated that companies involved in investing in economic activities in specific areas would be exempted from corporate tax for five years; Fukushima Prefecture allocated 22.5 billion yen (about 1.7 billion yuan) to the economic field, of which 3billion yen (about 230million yuan) was used to support new companies

in 2011, affected by the "March 11" earthquake, the floods in Thailand and the European debt crisis, Japan's annual GDP grew by 0.9%. However, a number of private think tanks such as the Japan Institute of comprehensive research predict that Japan's GDP will turn to positive growth in the first quarter of 2012. After excluding the factors of price changes, the real GDP is expected to grow by 0.8% compared with the previous quarter and 3.3% after converting to an annual rate. Japan's real GDP fell by 2.3% in the fourth quarter of 2011

at the same time, in the 2011 fiscal year just ended at the end of March, the group suffered losses in the field of traditional household appliances in Japan. Sony, sharp, Panasonic, Toshiba and other global household appliance leaders were all spared. In order to reverse the losses, these household appliance enterprises are either restructuring or laying off staff

the influx of Chinese enterprises

in the process of Japanese companies raising funds to get rid of losses and restructure, Chinese funds began to accelerate their entry into Japan

since 2012, Taiwan based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. (FTT) said it would acquire 10% of Sharp's shares; Panasonic Electric Appliance Industry Co., Ltd. sold some household appliance businesses to Haier electric appliance group. In January, Haier also purchased Sanyo's white appliance department, and plans to increase the Japanese market sales in 2012 from the current 10billion yen to 50billion yen through the "dual brand" strategy; Hony capital, a Chinese private equity firm, is bidding with TPC, a US based company, for erbida, a Japanese semiconductor manufacturer; In 2011, Lenovo Group and NEC established a joint venture for the production of personal computers, in which Lenovo holds 51% of the equity. Nec2011 suffered a loss of 100billion yen (1.29 billion yuan in total), and plans to lay off 10000 people, accounting for 8.6% of its total employees. In the first half of 2012, it plans to lay off 5000 people in Japan

a Japanese lawyer said that it is now considered a feasible option for Japanese enterprises to obtain capital injection from Chinese companies or seek help from Chinese companies in entering the Chinese market

i bus digital measurement and control circuit according to the information from the Japanese Ministry of finance, the net direct investment from Chinese Mainland reached a record 27.6 billion yen (about 340million US dollars) in 2010, more than 20 times that of five years ago. The number of enterprises investing in Japan also increased from 233 in 2005 to 611 in 2009, and this trend continues

these data may not be fully covered, because some Chinese enterprises' investment in Japan will be made through third-party countries and regions such as Singapore, Cayman Islands and Hong Kong. Hairun Photovoltaic Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Hairun photovoltaic") made investment in Japan through its company in Hong Kong. Hairun PV is expected to invest 98million yen (7.6 million yuan in total) to set up a wholly-owned subsidiary Hairun PV Japan Co., Ltd. in Japan

Hairun PV did not have much contact with the Japanese market before, but it has always been optimistic about this market. Since the earthquake in Japan in 2011, nuclear power, which accounts for one third of Japan's power supply, has almost stopped. Xie Jiong, the head of Hairun PV's project in Japan, disclosed that the Japanese government is preparing a policy to subsidize new energy power, including PV, and is waiting for the Ministry of economy, industry and trade to sign. Once it is reached, the subsidy to PV will reach 42 yen/watt. "Exceed industry expectations." Xie Jiong said. Yingli, another Chinese solar energy enterprise, has set up a branch in Japan on April 5

however, China's investment in Japan is very small compared with Japan's investment in China or other countries' investment in Japan. Japan's total investment in China in 2011 was US $12.78 billion. Although China's total investment in Japan in 2011 has not yet been calculated, there is a huge difference compared with China's investment in Japan of US $340million in 2010. Also in 2010, the United States invested 278billion yen (about US $3.5 billion) in Japan, more than 10 times as much as China

the Japan Trade Promotion Agency predicts that more Chinese investment will enter Japan in the future

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