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Sun 23 April 2017

The NCCJ Tax Seminar on the 19th of April was held in the offices of PwC Tax Japan (PwC). The Japanese system is complicated with lots of sub elements in it. PwC’s Dutch manager Corporate Tax Services Jorg van Leeuwen organized a line-up of professionals giving the audience a 2017 Japan Tax Update. He started the presentation by briefly explaining the Japanese economic program called Abenomics. Some four years ago Prime Minister Shinzo Abe unveiled a comprehensive economic policy package to sustainably revive the Japanese economy while maintaining fiscal discipline. The two hours seminar on the latest tax reforms, many of which aim to further Japan’s goal to realize a600 trillion Yen GDP by the year 2020, had a high information density. Many subjects covered are starting points for other, more technical information sessions.

Wed 08 March 2017

A month after the successful Shinnenkai on 24 January another business relations event was organized by the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce (NCCJ) Japan. The year’s first edition of ‘Briefing & Drinks’ was hosted by NCCJ member Colliers International at their Roppongi Headquarters.

Thu 26 January 2017

It was an evening of fun, fine food and friendship at the Netherland Chamber of Commerce in Japan’s 2017 Shinnenkai on 24 January. Held in collaboration with the Holland Alumni Network Japan, the event once again drew a large turnout to the Brasserie Va-tout in Roppongi.

Mon 19 December 2016

Healthcare Companies Dominate NCCJ’s 2016 Deshima Business Awards

The challenges of providing quality and affordable healthcare for an aging population are key issues in Japan. So it is appropriate that the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce in Japan is recognizing two healthcare-related firms this year, with its 2016 Deshima Business Awards.

Thu 08 December 2016

On December 7, KLM in Japan celebrated its 65th anniversary in Japan at Narita Airport, Tokyo. In 1951 the journey was a real adventure travelling with a Constellation. It took 3 days to travel with stops in Manilla, Bangkok, Karachi, Rome and Zurich. Now it is a very convenient flight with a daily Boeing 777.

At the airport the anniversary was celebrated with the passengers of the departing flight. Everybody could write their best wishes on a message board. A special KLM blue colors eco bag was offered to all passengers by Air France KLM Sales Director Thijs Komen and ground staff.

Also the press was present and the event will be broadcasted on Japanese national television. The coming period a special online campaign to celebrate the 65th anniversary will continue with 65 passengers who can win a Business Class upgrade.

On the occasion of KLM's 65 years anniversary in Japan, there is a chance to win a Business Class upgrade, bonus miles and more. More details here (Japanese).

Press Release in Japanese

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