The Driving Force of Japan

Small and Medium Enterprises

Aired: November 24, 2017


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Small and medium enterprises account for 90% of the total number of companies in Japan. The various products and services supplied by small and medium enterprises continue to form the foundation of the Japanese economy. However, in reality, many small and medium enterprises have few opportunities to be globally recognized.
In order to promote the potential of Japanese small and medium enterprises to the world, the program will focus on the companies’ spirit, quality supported by technology, and the corporate culture that is being passed down through generations. What are the characteristics and the strength of those companies, which are said to be one of the driving forces of Japan?

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PICKUP COMPANIES

NOUSAKU CORPORATION

Suzuki Precion Co., Ltd.

Kyowakiden Industry Co.,Ltd.

Kahoku Lighting Solutions Corporation

NOUSAKU CORPORATION

Suzuki Precion Co., Ltd.

Kyowakiden Industry Co.,Ltd.

Kahoku Lighting Solutions Corporation

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