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In the last five year's economy has continued in a recovery phase on the back of the development of favorable export value and active private-sector capital investment. However, regional disparities are found along the whole length of the archipelago in indices including those of employment and business confidences. Compared with large enterprises, the recovery at small and medium enterprise (SME's) continues to lag, and the capital security of SME's may be affected by the end of zero interest rates. Japan's SME's thus continue to face a severe business climate.
Masataka Nakano, Chairman Japan Small Business Research Institute
Small and Medium Enterprise Agency Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Publication Date:1 October 2007
Category: Market Reports
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