Japan at a glance
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Japan is one of the most improved countries in procurement processes. It has transparent procurement procedures, which increase fairness and competitiveness for infrastructure investment. Japan provides significant protection for investors, with a highly liquid capital market and the ability to secure cheap lending to invest in infrastructure.
Japan is a constitutional monarchy with a three-tiered government system of national, prefectural, and local governments each governed by elected assemblies. Infrastructure is driven by local governments, which approach development in a coordinated manner between levels of governments.
The Green Growth Strategy is a major strategy that includes diverse strategies and action plans to transform the energy, transport, manufacturing, and social sectors.
This exclusve-to-members list of PPPs and PFIs in Japan is for domestic businesses and maintained by the Independent Japan PFI/PPP Association.
This page by the Japanese Cabinet Office links to regional/prefecture promotion of PPP/PFI opportunities.
The Development Bank of Japan (DBJ) is wholly owned and regulated by the Japanese Ministry of Finance with a mandate to provide the smooth supply of investment towards development and advancement of social, transportation, and information infrastructure in Japan. It is primarily involved in financing small business upon which it has created significant markets for financing. The DBJ offers equity, debt, and guarantee products with total assets at JPY21,188.4 billion (2022) and has built specific expertise in energy and transport infrastructure targeting high value yet high-risk gaps in the market including structured financing and mezzanine financing. Explore the GI Hub National Infrastructure Banks tool here, and read more about the DBJ here.