Japan, Development Bank of (DBJ)

(Japan) The Development Bank of Japan was founded in 1951 to aid in developing and diversifying the Japanese economy. The DBJ is a non-profit organization owned entirely by the Japanese Government. U.S. companies may participate in DBJ funding activity under the Bank’s Loan Division in the International Department. The International Department disburses loans to foreign companies under two primary loan programs: Promotion of Foreign Direct Investment in Japan and Facilities for Import Products. The other loan programs of DBJ are also available to foreign-owned companies under the principle of equal treatment of clients regardless of nationality. Contact: Development Bank of Japan; 9-1, Otemachi 1-chome; Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004, Japan; Tel: [81] (3) 3270-3211; Web: www.dbj.jp/en/index.html.

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