Why Japan is Ripe for Investment

These are unprecedented times for global markets.

Over the past three years, investors have had to navigate the unchartered territory of the global pandemic alongside the myriad side effects that have spawned from it, such as the global supply chain bottleneck.

So far in 2022, conditions have tilted towards the extreme, with inflation figures routinely reaching all-time highs while central banks contort in response, raising interest rates and tightening monetary policy. Currency powers have fluctuated and much of the global economy remains under significant strain.

In Japan, echoes of the pandemic still reverberate, as elements of the domestic economy continue to operate on a restricted basis while the country gradually opens its borders to the international community.