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Between 2014 and 2018 there have been 52 investment projects of Japanese companies in Catalonia (comparing to 25 projects in the 2009-2013 period), which have meant an investment of 930 million euros and the creation of 4,100 jobs, according to data from the fDi Markets of the Financial Times.

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https://www.viaempresa.cat/economia/inversio-japo-catalunya_2100825_102.html

 

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