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Japan eyes PH, SE Asia for relocation of industries

By Louella D. Desiderio, The Philippine Star
Posted at 09/20/2012 9:02 AM | Updated as of 09/20/2012 9:02 AM

MANILA, Philippines - Japanese firms are likely to relocate to other countries in Southeast Asia including the Philippines should tensions between China and Japan persist, the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Philippines, Inc. (JCCIPI) said.

“If the political issue in China will continue, it will push Japanese firms there to relocate to other countries. Many may want to relocate in Southeast Asia. Japanese investors may want to relocate here,” JCCIPI vice president and executive director Nobuo Fujii said in a telephone interview yesterday.

He said it would be difficult to give a number as to how many companies would move at this point though.

He also said it is hard to tell how long the tensions between the two countries would last.

“The issue may last for one month, two months or may take longer. It may not easily be resolved,” he said.

Protests against Japanese missions as well as shops, restaurants and car dealerships erupted in China over Japan’s move to purchase an island also claimed by Beijing.

The anti-Japan sentiment was even heightened by the anniversary of Japan’s 1931 occupation of parts of China on Tuesday.

Japanese businesses in China such as car manufacturers Toyota and Honda announced factory shutdowns amid the angry protests.

Fujii said that even prior to the violent demonstrations, some Japanese firms were already looking at the Philippines given the rising labor costs in China.

"The Philippines is seen to be an alternative given manpower costs and the quality of labor,” he said.

As compared to other Southeast Asian countries, he said Filipino workers also have an advantage in terms of the ability to speak the English language well.

He said earlier that many Japanese firms are setting up facilities in the Philippines given the availability of labor.

Among the Japanese firms that have made investments to the country recently are Canon and Brother Industries Ltd., both of which printers in their new facilities in Batangas.

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Post time 2012-9-21 00:30:14 |Display all floors
"The Philippines is seen to be an alternative given manpower costs and the quality of labor,” he said.

As compared to other Southeast Asian countries, he said Filipino workers also have an advantage in terms of the ability to speak the English language well.
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29042012 Post time: 2012-9-20 01:16
Do you think that China is doing a good job recently to comfort foreign investors ?

Who is next aft ...

Vietnam is a first choice  ..........

They do have bananas but they are not so dependant on them  ..........   



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Post time 2012-9-21 00:47:22 |Display all floors
29042012 Post time: 2012-9-21 00:27
Japan eyes PH, SE Asia for relocation of industries

By Louella D. Desiderio, The Philippine Star
Japanese firms are likely to relocate to other countries in Southeast Asia including the Philippines


"Including the Philippines"  ...........

Even the author sees it as an after thought  .........

In the last 50 years the corporates have not been able to discover a 'work-ethic' in the Philippines  ..........

That is why the rest of Asia has flourished despite the language barrier .........

On paper it looks a great idea ........

But ethnically the residents of the Philippines seem to prefer a different ideal .........

But it is a great place it is for a holiday  ..........  



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Post time 2012-9-21 00:51:47 |Display all floors
The Philippines are having right now the highest GNP growth, almost the same rate like China. If China continues to decline, we will see the Philippines on First Place in Asea.

Bananas are very healthy and good for the brain, one more reason for the extraordinary Philippine intelligence !

Bananas are a source of inspiration, too ! That is why every Filipino is an artist.

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