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Why are Japanese Companies Investing in Australia? | AJBCC

2020 Update | WHY ARE JAPANESE COMPANIES INVESTING IN AUSTRALIA?

Analysis of the reasons driving acquisitions by Japanese companies in Australia in 2019 reinforced the AJBCC’s findings from the data of the previous year. This indicated that the Japanese acquirers had:

  • significant size
  • many years of corporate history since establishment
  • substantial overseas experience

However, there was one anticipated characteristic which is yet to materialize – this is the significant entry of “second tier” Japanese companies.

This AJBCC update for 2020 examines the data presented in the latest HSF report, drawing its findings from 30 Japanese companies that acquired Australian companies during 2019.

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AJBCC SPECIAL REPORT DOWNLOAD | WHY ARE JAPANESE COMPANIES INVESTING IN AUSTRALIA?

This AJBCC special report examined the data presented in the HSF report and considered what might have been the drivers for the acquisitions.

To conduct this analysis, the AJBCC used, amongst other metrics, the publicly stated reasons why the 47 Japanese companies undertook these investments.

The AJBCC Special report provides thoughtful analysis including

  • Reasons for Acquisition
  • Profile of Acquirers’ Overseas Investments
  • Age and Turnover of the Japanese Acquiring Company
  • New Entrants Versus Companies with an Existing Australian Presence
  • Acquiring Japanese companies’ sectors

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