This report evaluates Japan’s waste management and recycling industries. The report begins by providing a general introduction to the recycling and waste management market in Japan, as well as outlining key differences between EU and Japanese waste management practices. The report focusses particularly on Japanese government regulations and industry standards as well as commonly used strategies and cooperation methods between different actors in the Japanese recycling and waste management sectors. This report also offers several case studies as well as useful information for EU SMEs interested in establishing themselves in this market.
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What do I need to know about the Japanese waste management and recycling market sector, in order to plan a successful market entry?Like many industrialized countries, Japan is discharging enormous
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