With Japan’s declining population, shrinking work force, and production going abroad, Japan has a multipronged pitchfork coming it’s direction for future economic growth.
Despite two painful “lost decades,” Japan remains the third-largest economy and the fourth-leading exporter in the world. It is a nation with advanced technological know-how, a formidable manufacturing base, world-class infrastructure, and a large and affluent consumer market. This is a rare combination of strengths—and yet the world remains pessimistic about Japan’s prospects for growth and reinvention.
In May’s CEO Insights Luncheon, Georges Desvaux, boss of McKinsey Japan will be sharing McKinsey perspectives on the future of the Japanese economy. This is something that the authorities and a handful of key executives have been discussing. We are pleased to include CEO Insights members in this very important discussion and to be a part of the thought leadership for the future of the market and the nation.
Date– Thursday, 14 May 2015 1230PM-1400PM
Roppongi Hills Club- Roppongi Hills Club- La Cucina Restaurant (Italian)
51 fl. Roppongi Hills Mori Tower,
6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku,
Tokyo, 106-6151 Japan