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Committed to Strengthening Swiss-Japan Ties
Founded in 1981 and officially approved by the Japanese Ministry of Industry and Trade the following year, we support the interests of Swiss companies doing business in Japan as well as Japanese companies interested in doing business in Switzerland.
Not only do we count among our members some of the biggest Swiss multinationals but we are also proud of the many small and medium-sized companies, the so-called hidden champions which constitute an important part of our membership.
Find out more about the SCCIJ and make it "Your Swiss Network" in Japan.
Interested in becoming a new member? Please take a look at our membership categories and/or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to see our Trade Sector Reports 2013.
April 17, 2014 SCCIJ Luncheon: Senior consumers buttressing Japan
Tokyo (SCCIJ) - Almost 50 guests and members of the SCCIJ enjoyed a highly informative and entertaining April Luncheon with Mr Daiju Aoki, Senior Economist of UBS Securities Japan. In his lecture about "Three topics that should be in focus for Japan economics", Mr Aoki gave a fairly optimistic outlook for the development of the Japanese economy. His most surprising statement was that the growing number of senior citizens is actually beneficial for Japan's economy. With the Bank of Japan supporting growth until at least 2017, Japan's economy should continue to improve.
April 14, 2014 New Swiss solar round-the-world plane completed
Tokyo (SCCIJ) - The Swiss project of flying around the world only with solar power is getting a very large step closer to realization. The two "green" pioneers Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg have launched their improved single-seater solar aircraft named "Solar Impulse 2" which will fly around the world without any fuel in 2015. Also, ABB, the leading power and automation technology group from Switzerland, has announced that it will support the solar impulse project. ABB and Solar Impulse will work together on key technologies like power electronics.”
April 11, 2014 Swiss Re: Mind the risk in the Tokyo-Yokohama region
Tokyo (SCCIJ) - What are the world’s riskiest cities when it comes to natural disasters? Swiss Re from Switzerland, the largest reinsurance company of the world, has assessed 616 cities around the world for their risk of earthquake, hurricanes and cyclones, storm surge, river flooding and tsunami. The findings are worrying for Japan: Most at risk is the Tokyo-Yokohama metropolitan area with its 37 million inhabitants. But other regions in Japan are also endangered. Compared to all other continents, cities in Asia and Oceania are most exposed to natural disasters.
April 24, 2014 ANZCCJ-ICCJ-SCCIJ Spring Wine & Cheese Night
May 16, 2014 DACHgolf
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