This report aims to provide valuable assistance to European businesses wishing to export their products in Japan and help them avoid some of the most common pitfalls. It will help European companies to expand their businesses in Japan and get to grips with the basics of Japanese market standards, export regulations and legal issues.
This report explores key topics such as; Japanese industrial and agricultural standards, intellectual property rights, import regulations, requirements and necessary documentation, restricted and prohibited imports, labeling, marking and packaging requirements. Finally, it also highlights important Japanese regulations including; Food Sanitation Act, Consumer Products Safety Act, Electrical Appliances and Materials Safety Act or the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law.
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