The Centre's seminars and workshops both in Europe and Japan cover a range of issues including:

  • CLIMATE CHANGE, ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY (main topics include: emissions trading, carbon capture and storage, renewable energy, environmental goods, REACH, Green ICT, and CO2 reduction in transport)
  • TRADE & INVESTMENT (valuable and latest know-how about different industrial sectors in the EU and Japan.)
  • INDUSTRIAL POLICY (main topics include: policies about SMEs, innovation, competition, CSR and food safety provide answers. The Centre also informs about latest developments regarding harmonised and converging ICT-standards and IPR issues).
  • SHAPING BUSINESS (The "Shaping business - investigating issues affecting EU and Japanese industry" recorded lectures/webinars are aimed primarily at young professionals - the next generation of managers - and tackle some of the issues and themes affecting and shaping business now and in the future.)

Details of forthcoming seminars can be found in the events section. For information on past events, including presentations and reports, please see the event archive.

Analytical reports are also available here.

EU-Japan Centre News

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Events

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Webinar
01/12/2020
~Transforming business in the digital, green and space transitions~ In this webinar, you will be able to: • learn about concrete cases of such collaborative industrial innovation in particular in the...
03/12/2020
In its ongoing efforts to help European SMEs to access the Japanese market, the EU-Japan Centre is co-organising "Export Support" webinars and workshops in cooperation with the EU member...

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Japanese Industry and Policy News September-October 2020 issue Topics covered on the issue:LEGISLATION AND...
Report: Artificial Intelligence in the Japanese Educational Sector To get the access to this report, please ...
EU-Japan Newsletter, Issue #71 October 2020 - NEW online version!The Centre's...