Japan: moving towards a greener future

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Japan is lagging Europe and the West in terms of SRI initiatives. But this is set to change thanks to government intervention, writes Tokio Marine's Kenichi Kubo

The start of Japanese SRI markets dates back 10 years to the launch of the first SRI fund for individual investors. The number of offerings is steadily increasing and approximately 80 funds falling under...

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