Japanese FDI stock in Canada reached $12.5 billion in 2012, with $3.8 billion flowing in during that year alone.
The Canadian economy is unique among developed nations with its strong focus on natural resources. Resources are an increasingly precious commodity to countries like Japan that do not have a viable domestic supply. Though still not as large as Japanese stock, Chinese FDI stock in Canada has grown almost tenfold over the last decade and Japanese companies will need a strong globalization partner to successfully counter these types of competitive threats.
Reflecting the Canadian population as a whole, PwC Canada’s 5,700 strong staff is multicultural and multilingual, including Japanese professionals all the way up to partner level. Over 100 years of experience serving international companies, PwC Canada offers a full spectrum of support to Japanese businesses.
Japan Canada Leader
Accounting Advisory Services
Partner, Automotive and Manufacturing Specialist
CPA, CA, Senior Manager, M&A
Tax / Corporate Tax
CPA, CA, MAcc, Senior Associate