Japan sets up special zones to lure R&D and HQs
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Japan sets up special zones to lure R&D and HQs

Japan is rolling out the red carpet for foreign investors in a bid to jumpstart its economy, which is struggling to recover from severe economic conditions triggered by the global financial crisis, the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami, and a strong yen. Hitoshi Takano, Jonathan Stuart-Smith and Linda Ng of Deloitte explain how newly created special zones and other tax incentives for companies may mean they consider relocating.

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