Foreign investment in Japan grows to $145bn
This article was originally published in Clinica
A report from Japan's finance ministry shows that foreign direct investment reached ¥5 trillion ($145bn) during 2007, up to the end of September. Consequently, the government's goal of making foreign investment 5% of GDP by 2010 is "well on track", the Japan External Trade Organisation says.
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