JR east and the bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, LTD to set the south east Asian headquarters in Singapore
The bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, LTD is going to set up the South East Asian headquarters in Singapore by this June. This is the largest bank in Japan, the total value of the assets is the 5th largest in the world.
The current managing director will be assigned to be the general manager.
They state the economical growth rate of South East Asia is internationally outstanding. Japanese companies are moving to this area increasingly. It is important for them to be able to support those companies more efficiently.
On 3/15/2013, East Japan Railway Company set up their asian headquarters in Singapore as well.
It is to research and improve the marketing overseas.
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La banque Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, LTDva déplacer son siège pour le Sud Est Asiatique à Singapour en juin prochain. C’est la plus grande banque du Japan, Le total de ses avoirs est au 5e rang mondial.
L’actuel directeur exécutif en deviendra le directeur général.
Ils affirment que la croissance économique du Sud-Est Asiatique est internationalement remarquable. Le nombre de sociétés japonaises déménageant dans cette région est en augmentation. Il est important pour eux de pouvoir soutenir ces entreprises plus efficacement.
Le 15 mars 2013, la Société des Chemins de Fer de l’Est Japonais a aussi déménagé son siège pour l’Asie à Singapour.
C’est pour développer et améliorer le marketing outremer.
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