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Educators who are interested in observing contemporary Japanese life to enhance their teaching of global perspectives may be interested in a Keizai Koho Center Fellowship.
Contact Program Coordinator, Keizai Koho Center Fellowships, 2522 N.
The fellowship was through the National Social Studies Association and funded by the Keizai Koho Center in Japan.
The experts from think tanks and universities in India were speaking at a symposium organized by the Keizai Koho Center to discuss areas of Japan-India cooperation on business, infrastructure building and regional security.
Tohru Sakuwa is Senior Director of Tokyo's Keizai Koho Center, an institute affiliated with the Keidanren Japan Business Federation) which conducts research on business communication.
He was speaking at the symposium debating whether Japan can produce its own economic strategy to tap its potential, which was organized by Keizai Koho Center, a publicity group affiliated to the Japan Business Federation (Nippon Keidanren).
Every year, NCSS members visit Japan as part of a program sponsored by the Keizai Koho Center in cooperation with NCSS.
TOKYO, Aug 3, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - Mazda Motor Corporation was today awarded the Grand Prize for Corporate Communications in the 31st annual Corporate Communications Awards organized by Keizai Koho Center (Japanese Institute for Social and Economic Affairs).
According to the Japan Times, Calder was speaking at an event organized by the Keizai Koho Center on Nov.
(13.) Keizai Koho Center, Japan 2001: An International Comparison (Japan: Author, 2001), 13.
Even so, two companies, Lyceum Kennedy School and Keizai Koho Center consulting company, did take floors in the interim.
Almost 10% of the world's exports originated in Japan and the country's share in the total stock of direct foreign investment had risen from 5.1% in 1981 to 12.2% in 1989 (Keizai Koho Center, 1983; 1992).