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March 2019

An exciting space sector collaboration between Australia and Japan was signed last week at Sydney University. “As a representative for the AJBCC, I was delighted to be at this announcement. With the existing strong business track record between Australia and Japan in other areas such as...

With our 57th annual Joint Business Conference (JBC) being held in Osaka this year we turn our expert focus on the Kansai area, which also includes the major population centres of Kobe and Kyoto, both just a 30 minute train ride from Osaka.
The South Australian Government has announced this enthusiastic initiative, which is intended to increase opportunities between the State and Japan. Having on the ground representation is seen as key to leveraging bilateral business connections.

With such proactive endeavours and their long history in space innovation, they are a market to which enterprises should turn their attention. Interestingly, Japan leads the way in some specific areas of space technology development. For example, last year, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency...

AJBCC member company Herbert Smith Freehills will shortly release an analysis of the number and extent of recent Japanese M&A activity in Australia. The report will show continuing sector diversification by Japanese investors in Australia, a trend which has been in evidence over the last few years.