Keizai Doyukai

Keizai Doyukai

Also called the Japanese Association of Corporate Executives. A nonprofit organization that promotes the economic and political interests of major business leaders in Japan. It conducts research, hosts events and lobbies the government for favorable legislation. Keizai Doyukai has more than 1,000 members representing nearly as many companies. It was founded in 1946 and is based in Tokyo.
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We can't really say it is sufficient in size to prevent the economy from faltering," said Yasuchika Hasegawa, chairman of the Japan Association of Corporate Executives, known as Keizai Doyukai.
Yasuchika Hasegawa, the chairman of the Japan Association of Corporate Executives, or Keizai Doyukai, said, "Stable power supply and restraining surges in electricity prices are indispensable for people's lives and economic activities.
Masamitsu Sakurai, chairman of the Japan Association of Corporate Executives, known as Keizai Doyukai, also said the DPJ's setback in the election was attributable to not only the sales tax issue but also the Futenma issue and financial scandals involving DPJ leaders during the 10-month-old DPJ-led administration.
The group, also known as Keizai Doyukai, is the first major Japanese business lobby to release such a proposal.
He called for the Kansai Keizai Doyukai (Kansai Association of Corporate Executives) and the Kansai Employers Association promptly to merge into the federation.
It was probably such groups as the Keizai Doyukai (Japan Association of Corporate Executives) who first began to perceive the malfunctioning of Japanese education and its knock-on effect on Japanese youth.
Mr Senri Hagio, managing director of the Kansai Keizai Doyukai, the leading businessmen's organisation in Osaka, believes Japan and China must take the initiative to stabilise Asian currencies.
The head of the business body known as Keizai Doyukai also said it might be better to deal with the power shortage by setting a limit on total electricity usage so that companies can suspend factories at their own pace.
Masamitsu Sakurai, chairman of the Japan Association of Corporate Executives, known as Keizai Doyukai, urged Kan to first allay the distrust of the public and the international community when he makes his first policy speech.
If infections spread, we should be prepared for effects on corporate activities such as plant closures,'' Sakurai said at a press conference in Sapporo following a seminar held by the association known as Keizai Doyukai.
He also served as Chairman of the Fujitsu Research Institute and was Vice Chairperson of the Keizai Doyukai (Japan Association of Corporate Executives) between 1998 and 2003.
In a written statement aimed at improving Sino-Japanese relations, the group, better known as Keizai Doyukai, stressed the need for the two countries to resume talks between their leaders, which China has refused since Koizumi's most recent visit to Yasukuni last October.