Following mapping attempts in 2013 and 2016, the EU-Japan Centre proceeded with a new screening online in order to identify new clusters and better assess already existing ones lastly identified in 2016.
The report is targeting EU-based small- and mid-sized companies (SMEs) that are producing coffee, tea and soft drinks and are seeking to enter the Japanese market or those aiming at strengthening their current positions in Japan.
Japan has a flourishing home decoration market which is one of the best in the world. Japanese demand for well-designed, high-quality and innovative furniture and home fashion brands from EU firms is very strong.
The report identifies potential business opportunities that may arise for external players in the Japanese railroad sector in the coming years, which is of particular importance for European companies.
Topics covered on the (June-July) issue: Legislation and Policy News -    Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry newly establishes "EPA Utilization Promotion Council" -    Heads of Patent Offices of Japan, Europe, Korea, China, and the U.S. Discuss Role of Intellectual Property in Achieving SDGs Survey and Business Data -    More than 10% of new electricity goes to "contract suspension / withdrawal" -    SDGs achievement ranking, Japan down to 19th place in 2022
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This report focuses on pet care, supply and accessories for cats and dogs. These segments were worth combined JPY126.9 billion (Euro943 million) in 2020 and are forecast to grow further.
The sports equipment market in Japan is worth over Euro 11.9billion. Although the market’s growth dipped during the pandemic, it is now rebounding quickly. The report focuses on seven main sports: Outdoor, Golf, Fishing, Cycling, Football, Tennis and Winter Sports.
This report is provided for SMEs in the EU planning to market and sell their IoT products in Japan. The document will describe the market, opportunities, and challenges.

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Rie Arai
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Director of Trade & Agriculture, OECD
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