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Adelaide is the location of the AJBCC's Joint Business Conference (JBC) which will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Full details of the conference will be released in March of this year. Ensure that you save the date to attend the meeting. The AJBCC's...

Sumitomo Forestry is another recent Japanese company to make an acquisition in Australia as Japan's foreign direct investment (FDI) here continues to increase. [For detailed analysis of Japan's investments here see the AJBCC's webpage.] Sumitomo Forestry is acquiring a 51-percent stake in Scott Park Group Pty...

Welcome to the New Year. A Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) mission to Australia kicks off the year. Having over 70 participants, the mission is led by its Chairman Dr Akio Mimura AC, who is also Chairman of the AJBCC’s counterpart body in Japan, the...

Although Japan has been behind in cultivating and nurturing the start-up culture in Japan, a combination of Government intervention and a changing mindset amongst large Japanese companies seems to be accelerating the process....

Natalie McDowell’s two year term as Future Leader Chair was completed at our Osaka conference. Her successor is Craig Usmar, Head of Business Relationships Japan, AMP Capital....

Japan's investment in Australia continues at pace, with two new deals featuring Nippon Papers acquisition of Orara Limited, and in the IT sector - Fuji-Xerox will acquire listed IT Managed services provider CSG....

Newly established Asia Taskforce initiative is chaired by AJBCC Member Compass Group's Mark van Dyck. AJBCC Executive Committee Member Andrew Parker, Partner PwC and Asia Practice Leader also joins the taskforce along with the Business Council of Australia and the Asia Society Australia. ...

The Property Council of Australia whose members represent property investors, owners, managers and developers, will turn its attention to Japan for its next international study tour. The week-long tour is scheduled for 15-21 March 2020 and will take in various aspects of the property market...