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Experts project stable Chinese investment in Japan

By Jing Shuiyu | | Updated: 2016-10-21 19:25

The volume of Chinese investment in Japan is projected to be stable in 2016, expert say.

"Chinese companies" outbound investment in Japan will remain stable as that of last year," said Chen Shangli, financial advisory leader with Deloitte Northern Region on Friday.

Chinese M&A deal-making in Japan exceeded $1,036 million by value in 2015, up 34 percent over the previous year, showed data from Mergermarket.

Chinese enterprises have a lot of investment opportunities in Japan in the fields such as high-tech, manufacturing, property, etc. said Yi Yang, deputy director of the Ministry of Commerce's Investment Promotion Agency on Friday.

A recent guideline on Chinese firms' investment in Japan showed that healthcare and tourism industry have sound prospects for investors.

The domestic market size of Japanese healthcare industry is estimated to reach $0.26 trillion and $0.35 trillion in 2020 and 2030 respectively, to meet the demand of the aging population, according to the guideline.

In addition, the Tokyo Olympics, and Paralympic Games in 2020 will fuel the tourism industry in the country.

Deloitte Global Chinese Services Group and the Economic and Commercial Counsellor's Office of the Embassy of China in Japan co-released the guideline in mid October.

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