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Through collaboration across PwC’s global network, our Japanese Business Network (JBN) provides a wide range of services to meet the needs of Japanese companies operating overseas.
The spread of COVID-19. Rising geopolitical risks. The environment surrounding our society and economy is changing at a dizzying pace. And as a result, Japanese and international business environments are becoming more and more uncertain. As Japanese companies work to expand overseas and to develop their overseas businesses, they face not only conventional challenges but also unprecedented issues. To address these issues, they need to take steps such as revising their expansion plans, reassigning workers and restructuring their global supply chains.
PwC has established the JBN (Japanese Business Network) to help these Japanese companies solve their problems. The JBN is headquartered in Japan, and includes experienced professionals (including native Japanese speakers) in 41 countries and territories around the world who work to support the business activities of Japanese companies. To do so, we provide services fine-tuned to the globalization needs of individual clients, taking local business practices and cultures into consideration. And through PwC’s global network consisting of 154 countries and regions with more than 295,000 members, we gather information and trends from each country to gain an accurate understanding of the world economy and provide clients with information that contributes to their business strategy.
PwC Japan’s support framework for Japanese companies doing business overseas
Throughout the world, it is harder than ever these days to see the future. This uncertainty brings a host of challenges for Japanese companies doing business overseas. These challenges relate not only to accounting, auditing, tax, and immigration, but also to consulting issues such as market entry, incorporation, strategic decision making, local cybersecurity risks, systems, governance and operational improvements. In countries and regions where laws and regulations differ from Japan, companies also face deal-related issues such as cross-border M&A for inorganic growth, and forensic issues such as fraud investigation.
Introducing the latest tax information and business guidance issued by PwC member firms for countries and regions around the world.