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Each year ACCJ committees organize more than 500 events, lectures, and seminars focused on a variety of topics.
The ACCJ has offices in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya, and represents over 2,700 members.
As the premier chamber of commerce and an active participant in the dialogue shaping the business landscape in Japan, the ACCJ regularly makes headlines in Japan.
ACCJ membership ensures those doing business in and with Japan have access to the networking, information and advocacy that are crucial to successfully navigating the business environment in Japan.
The ACCJ hosts more than 500 events per year, attracting world-class speakers.
The ACCJ promotes the collective interests of its members through regular interactions with the Japanese and U.S. governments, including the annual Diet and D.C. Doorknock events.
The ACCJ promotes the collective interests of its members by working to effect changes that improve the environment for U.S. business in Japan. Through frequent and direct interaction with policymakers in Japan and the United States, the ACCJ is able to advocate for the implementation of policies that would facilitate commerce and create meaningful business opportunities for its members.
The Chamber bases its engagement and the creation of its positions on a set of Core Advocacy Principles.
The ACCJ also advances member interests through annual visits with key U.S. and Japanese legislators and administration officials during its Washington, D.C. and Diet "Doorknock" events.
The ACCJ produces and distributes the following advocacy documents:
Viewpoints: A Viewpoint is a brief paper expressing the Chamber's official position on a specific issue.
Public Comments: A public comment is a written response to a government call for comment on proposed policy or regulatory change.
White Papers: A white paper is an extended document expressing the Chamber's official position on a specific issue in detail or on a broad range of issues. White papers are often the combined product of multiple committees or task forces.
Proposals to Reduce the Burden of Disease by Promoting Prevention and Early Detection (November, 2011)
Achieving New Growth Through Financial Reform (September, 2011)
Recommendations for Japan's Leaders (November, 2010)
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