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›› Why learn Japanese?
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. In last few years Indo-Japanese relations have increased many fold. Both governments are looking for enhancing business, trade, cultural exchanges and educational opportunities. These Asian powers are complimentary to each other. An advanced but saturated market like Japan is looking for India*s growing market with young, talented workforce. Japan is also facing population decline over the years. To continue the current development pace and competitive capacity in technology & economy, they are looking for market expansion.

To support all these activities, the Japanese language skills are very important. Japanese knowing professionals are preferred in all domains like automobiles, pharmaceuticals, IT, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Pure Sciences, Law & Finances etc.

Currently there are 15000 professionals studying Japanese in India. The demand will be doubled in next few years. As per Japan governments strategy, 30000+ Japanese companies will be entering in India in next few years and 100,000 Japanese professionals will operate from India.

The Indo-Japanese Government and Industrial sector are planning to foster relationship between small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in India and Japan, as there is enormous scope for improving ties between SMEs in the two countries. More and more Japanese companies are investing in India, either on their own or through joint ventures. In general, Japanese are much more honorable commercial partners and they will ensure that their contractual commitments are met to the letter

India is Japan's third most important trading partner in Asia after China and South Korea. The changes taking place in India with regard to labor laws, taxes, legal and regulatory framework are contributing to the momentum in bilateral trade relations between the two countries.

A step to attract Japanese investments would be to understand their culture and the decision-making process and New Panorama will take tireless efforts to train professionals in order to fit well in Business interactions.
 
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