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JAPAN TIGHTENS RESTRICTIONS ON FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN HEALTHCARE

Published On 01 Jun 2020 08:03 AM


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  • To prevent predatory acquisitions (in the name of investment) in healthcare sector, Japan is strict laws now.
  • The Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act (FEFTA) has been revised.
  • Potential investors need to consult FDI experts to address new regulatory issues.

To prevent the unscrupulous acquisitions of weakened companies and strategic assets that are predato....


Tags : Japan, Covid-19, investment, financial regulations, healthcare, medical sector, FDI, foreign investment,
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