Japanese Companies as Good Corporate Citizens Vol. 1
It is a source of pride for the Japanese business community in the United States that our companies’ contributions and engagements go beyond just the economic sphere, and that many Japanese-owned companies have forged close ties with their local communities in the U.S. through long-term commitments. Keidanren USA has compiled a collection of specific examples (…)
Keidanren’s Response to COVID-19
Response List Fact Sheet
Comments for the Section 232 Investigation of Imports of Automobiles and Automotive Parts
Keidanren Mission to the United States
Keidanren dispatched a mission to Nebraska, Texas and Washington DC from May 2 to May 10, 2018
Messages from Keidanren Executives:The Past 70 Years in Retrospect and Outlook for the Coming 30 Years
Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) is marking its 70th anniversary since its foundation. It is also 15 years since the merger with Nikkeiren (Japan Federation of Employers’ Associations).
Policy Proposals: Committee on U.S. Affairs Mission to the United States – Illinois, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Washington, D.C.
Toward A Stronger and More Resilient U.S.-Japan Relationship
Keidanren has published a brochure which highlights Japanese companies’ contribution to the US economy through investment and employment. We will continue to make efforts to strengthen ties between Japan and the US, utilizing this brochure to illustrate our efforts currently underway. https://www.keidanren.or.jp/en/policy/2017/043.pdf
Keidanren’s Principal Position on the US-Japan Relationship
Keidanren Mission to the United States and Canada
Last summer in 2015, Keidanren sent a large mission to the United States consisting of over 100 company leaders and executives to Washington, DC and 14 cities in 10 states, and reaffirmed the importance of Japan-US relations and the scale of Japanese companies’ contribution to the US economy. This year, as a follow-up to last (…)
Mr. Nakanishi’s Commentary
Mr. Hiroaki Nakanishi, Keidanren Vice Chair and President & CEO of Hitachi Ltd. wrote about his personal experiences in the United States and the need for Japanese businesses to recognize such factors as the size and diversity of the U.S. in their interaction.