Japan and the Visegrad 4: The Unsensational Strategic Partners

Rudolf Furst
Content Type
Working Paper
Institute of International Relations Prague
The Euro-Japanese rapprochement stimulates the Japanese interest in the new EU member states, which are then matched with Japanese investments and Japan’s global trade strategy. The V4 countries benefit from their geographical position, existing infrastructure and political stability, industrial tradition, and low labour costs, emphasizes Rudolf Fürst.
Economics, Bilateral Relations, Labor Issues, European Union, Political stability, Industry
Political Geography
Japan, Europe, Asia