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Some interesting insights on accident rates, slamming the door, reverse parking and self service gasoline
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The editors of this book have tried to stitch a rather eclectic group of papers together as proof that Japan was and is still engaging with the globalizing world.
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We are delighted to welcome a new consultant to our European team, Emma Johnson. Emma is based in Manchester, UK and will therefore be focusing on helping Japanese companies operating in the north of England - a continuation of her previous work supporting inward investment into the region. Emma will be facilitating our "Working Effectively with Japanese colleagues, partners and clients" seminar in Manchester in June.
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Pernille Rudlin
Dec 16, 2014 04:12 AM
I am not in the slightest bit surprised by this research showing that Japan's Cool Biz policy - a government "recommendation" since 2005 that companies don't switch on the air conditioning until temperatures reach 28 degrees centigrade, in order to reduce carbon emissions - reduces productivity.
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At a recent talk I attended on how the founders of the modern Japanese state and business had fearlessly travelled and lived abroad, there was a keen discussion afterwards as to how this spirit of adventure could be revived amongst young Japanese people now.
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