Japan Meeting

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Tokyo, Japan 11 June 2013
World Economic Forum Japan Meeting

Despite more than 20 years of slow growth, Japan remains the world’s third-largest economy, after the United States and the People’s Republic of China. The country must restore its economic foundation by implementing policies to achieve growth and improve its fiscal balance for a rapidly ageing society. Creating a stable government is also an important element in its transformation.

Under the theme, Shaping the New Japan through Global Partnerships, the World Economic Forum Japan Meeting 2013 will convene 150 leaders in Tokyo to take a practical look at what policies and strategies can support the aspirations of Japan’s transformation. The meeting will provide an opportunity for an in-depth dialogue between traditional and new leaders that can mend longstanding fault lines and facilitate multistakeholder partnerships for the future.

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Tokyo, Japan 11 June 2013

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