This report titled "Distribution in Japan" issued by Thomson Reuters is written as an informative Q&A and provides comprehensive information on many aspects of the distribution process in Japan. This report describes the regulations and legal formalities related to the distribution process, and focuses on the competition law, tax, and the intellectual property. Finally, it highlights the aspects of product liability, and presents the post-Brexit situation and its possible consequences.
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Law stated as at 30 June 2019
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