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Opportunities for US Business in Japan
March 2, 2017 • by News at Marshall

In an interview that took place outside of a Starbucks in downtown Tokyo,  Andrew Wylegala brings new thought to US companies doing business in Japan. Regulations have been streamlined. Japan has the largest per capita R&D budget of any country.  Japan and the U.S. sync up in many sectors which creates opportunities.


The interviewer is Richard Drobnick, Director of the USC IBEAR MBA Program.

Business Class Podcast – Opportunities for US Business in Japan

Andrew Wylegala delivers insight into U.S. companies doing business in Japan.

Andrew Wylegala, Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs,
US Embassy, Tokyo

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