The warming relationship between Japan and China will open greater space for economic and trade exchanges between the two countries. China’s latest moves that scrap the foreign ownership limits will expand cross-border investment and benefit both Chinese and Japanese investors.
- How can Japanese companies take advantage of China’s new opening-up measure?
- How will Japanese investors that operate in China navigate economic, financial, localization and compliance challenges?
- What China can learn from Japan when opening up financial market and boosting RMB's international use?
- What can we expect for the China-Japan economic and trade relations in the next decade?
PAN GongshengDeputy Governor, People's Bank of China
HU ShuliPublisher, Caixin Media
Yoichi FUNABASHIChairman, Asia Pacific Initiative
Yuichiro YAMAGATAChairman, Toyo Keizai Inc.
Tatsuhito TOKUCHISenior Fellow, Asia Pacific Initiative
HUO YingliDirector General of the Macro Prudential Administration, People's Bank of China