As one of the most politically stable economies in Asia with a stringently enforced regulatory environment, Japan is considered to be an ideal country
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This blog category contains articles, guides, and current awareness posts about doing business in Japan. Topics include Japanese company formation, recruitment in Japan, Japan PEO/EOR, Japanese business culture, and Japanese immigration.
Japan has a population of nearly 127 million people and a number of thriving industries ripe for foreign investment. The country’s main exports are machinery, vehicles, and communications tools.
Is your company thinking of expanding to Japan? New Horizons Global Partners is pleased to support companies by offering the following corporate services in Japan:
- Recruitment: Our team of recruitment experts can help you find, assess, and hire the right talent from high qualified pools to make your business goals and objectives a reality.
- PEO/EOR: As a Professional Employer Organization/Employer of Record, New Horizons Global Partners can serve as an administrative partner for all your human resources and payroll needs, ensuring full compliance with local laws and absorbing all employer obligations.
- Company incorporation: With knowledgeable local staff and a qualified legal team, New Horizons Global Partners can establish an entity in a desired country of operations on your behalf, leaving you to concentrate on the big picture and not the nitty-gritty details.
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