Jftc Essay 2014 Impala

JFTC Essay Competition Statistics

JFTC Essay Competition Applications in 2017

Japan 30 / Overseas 236 / Total 266


Number of applications
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Number of applications
according to occupation

JFTC Essay Competition Total Applications by Year

 2005200620072008200920102011
Japan76445255539466
Overseas556837919367120
Not identified3617000
Total13411890153146161186
 201220132014201520162017 
Japan745362431930 
Overseas142133132131170236 
Not identified001000 
Total216186195174189266 

Award Winners of JFTC Essay Competition 2016

December 9, 2016

Japan Foreign Trade Council, Inc. who sponsors the "JFTC Essay Competition 2016" is very pleased to announce that we received a total of 189 submissions from 53 different nationalities for the competition this year.
After a strict screening of all the essays, the five submissions below have been selected as the winners of the competition in 2016.
We would like to express our congratulations to the winners and thank all participants for taking part.

Selection Committee
ChairMr. Atsushi Nakajima, Chairman, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, IAA
Vice ChairMs. Kaori Iida, Senior Editor, Economic News Division, NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation)
Vice ChairDr. Keiichiro Kobayashi, Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University

Remarks by Selection Committee Chair

The Prize for Excellence of 200,000 yen

"Spelling out Value Propositions to Foreign Markets:
a Recipe for Japanese Firms to Move up the Value Chain in International Trade"

Mr. Xiaochen Su (U.S.A.)

"Japan: Not lost but RESET"
Ms. Jiaqi Zhang (Singapore)

"Japanese Companies towards Global Trades in Service Sector"
Mr. Sok Heng Lay (Cambodia)

"3’S TO AUGMENT THE ROLE OF JAPANESE COMPANIES IN GLOBAL TRADE"
Mr. Long Bao Vuong (Viet Nam)

The Selection Committee Chair's Special Prize of 100,000 yen

"“SHOSHA-as-a-SERVICE”: The SHOSHA of Tomorrow’s business model for tomorrow’s business environment"
Mr. Baltazar Jr Sabado (Philippines)

Essay Requirements

Subject"Searching for a New Initiative in Global Trade and the Role of Japanese Companies."
LanguageEnglish or Japanese
LengthNo more than 4,000 words (in English) or 10,000 characters (in Japanese)
DeadlineSeptember 9, 2016

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