Osaka increasingly in the Global Spotlight
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Osaka increasingly in the Global Spotlight

The AJBCC’s Joint Business Conference will be held Osaka in October 2019. It is a city that is increasingly in the global spotlight.

Osaka hosts annual G-20 Meeting June 2019

This meeting of 20 countries, which includes Australia, is “the premier forum for international economic cooperation”.

Member countries account for more than 80% of the world’s GDP.

8 Major themes will be discussed

  • Global Economy
  • Trade and Investment
  • Innovation
  • Environment and Energy
  • Employment
  • Women’s Empowerment
  • Development
  • Health

Osaka Headquartered Top 20 Companies

Our Joint Business Conference scheduled for Osaka this year is a great opportunity to interact with a number of Japanese companies based there who have significant investment and trade activities with Australia.

Broadly speaking the sectors in which these companies are involved include:

  • Consumer electronics
  • Housing construction and development
  • Energy
  • Air-conditioning
  • Construction and mining equipment
  • Plant and environmental systems
  • Automotive equipment

Top 20 companies list is based on annual turnover. Source: Ullet

What are the top 20 companies with headquarters in Osaka? 
Ranked in terms of annual turnover these a

  • Sharp
  • Sumitomo Electric
  • SANYO Electric
  • Daiwa House
  • Sekisui House
  • Panasonic
  • Osaka Gas
  • Kubota
  • Takenaka Komuten
  • Iwatani
  • Air Water Inc
  • Kinden Corporation
  • Toyo Tire Corporation
  • Nippon Shokubai
  • Hitachi Zosen
  • Panasonic Homes
  • Nakayama Steel Works