The Japanese economy of is one of the largest in the world. Fuelled by government-industry co-operation, a strong work ethic, mastery of high technology, and a comparatively small defence budget allocation, Japan has now developed an extremely technologically advanced economy and has the largest electronic goods industry, facing increasing competition from China and South Korea. It is also the world's 3rd largest automobile manufacturing country and possesses over 10% of the world's private financial assets.
ING has had a presence in Japan since 1973, establishing its branch office in Tokyo in 1985. Our Tokyo branch offers a sophisticated array of structured finance products for both domestic and international corporations. We provide a one-stop portal for ING Commercial Banking (CB) products, such as corporate and financial institutional lending facilities, export and project finance facilities, cash management services, and correspondent banking services.
Our focus is on building long-term relationships by providing our clients with solid advice and delivering sound integrated financial solutions. As a trusted banking partner, ING CB Japan provides you with the unmatched power of our global franchise in order to help you meet your full range of financial objectives. So please, get in touch and tell us how we can help you.
- One of the world’s largest economies
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Country trade view Japan
Next to being the third largest economy in the world, Japan is also one of the largest players in international trade with a fourth position in both imports and exports. Trade growth remains tepid, however, with an estimated 0.8% growth in exports and 0.3% growth in imports annually the coming years.
Learn more about Japan’s imports, exports and trading partners in our new Country trade view Japan (Nov. 2015).
Download the Country trade view Japan (PDF, 1.5 MB)