Our Tokyo-based economists are well-versed in the Japanese economy and the global macro trends that matter most to the local market. We support our clients in their decision-making with our quantitatively rigorous and non-biased long-term outlook and risk assessment for Japan.
Our Tokyo office
Our Tokyo office was established in 2017. The local team of economists enables us to understand the market and the trends that are relevant most to Japan.
Analysis and forecasting for the Japanese economy
Frequently updated and broadly covered economic and industrial analysis for Japan helps you understand key macro trends that affect your business environment.
Country Economic Forecast
Monthly economic updates for Japan, describing in detail our baseline outlook for the economy, with the assessment of key risks and opportunities, and data tables and charts to highlight trends.
Japan Prefecture and City Service
The service covers all 47 of Japan’s prefectures and 20 designated cities, and provides a wealth of historical data and forecasts for key economic and demographic metrics.
Global Industry Service
Long-term forecasts and analysis of output and investment trends across 77 countries, including Japan, for 100+ industry sectors.
Global Macro Service
Monitor macro events and their potential impact.Find Out More
Asian Cities and Regional Forecasts
Key economic, demographic, and income and spending projections to 2035 for more than 400 locations across Asia-Pacific.Find Out More
Global Industry Service
Gain insights into the impact of economic developments on industrial sectors.Find Out More
Asia Construction Service
Detailed overviews of historical trends and future prospects for building activity across 12 key Asian countries and New Zealand.Find Out More
Helping companies to understand the implications of macroeconomic, geopolitical, financial and climate change developments on private and public real estate performance.Find Out More
Global Travel Service
Detailed travel and tourism market trends and forecasts for 185 countries globally.Find Out More
Japan transforming from a goods to a capital exporter
Japan’s current account illustrates that nowadays the country is better categorised as an exporter of capital, than a goods exporter.
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