Getting the Deal Through - Automotive 2019 (Japan)

A joint Hogan Lovells & GTDT publication on the law and regulation governing the automotive industry in Japan.

Have a first look into the Japan chapter including questions like 

Describe the significance of the automotive industry in the market:

The automotive industry is no doubt one of the most important industry sectors in Japan. Automobile and parts manufacturers employ approximately 814,000 persons and in 2015 produced approximately ¥53 trillion in shipment value out of Japan’s GDP of ¥500 trillion. The entire automotive industry, including sales, services and transportation sectors, employs approximately 5.29 million people, which represents 8.3 per cent of the entire working population in Japan. […]

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Read more about the significance of the automotive industry in Japan with further focus on mobility, supply chain, safety and environmental regulations, merger and acquisitions as well as investments and intellectual property protection at the Getting the Deal Through Japan Q&A.

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through: Automotive 2019, (published in June 2019; contributing editors: Patrick Ayad and Lance Bultena, Hogan Lovells) For further information please visit https://www.lexology.com/gtdt/workareas/automotive.


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