Japan as an International Financial Center
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The Japanese Government is committed to expanding Japan’s role as an international finance hub. New policies will help foreign asset managers and other financial institutions enter the Japanese market so that they may contribute to improve Japan’s financial and capital markets in tandem with local players and eventually we may better serve as an international financial center in Asia and the world.
On December 8, 2020, the Government published New Comprehensive Economic Measures, including the policy package on initiative to expand Japan's role as an international financial hub.
- ・Summary: "Japan as an International Financial Center"
- ・New Comprehensive Economic Measures (excerpt) (Provisional translation by FSA)
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