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11 Most Profitable Japanese Companies

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How much money do most profitable Japanese companies make? As you can imagine billions are in question here. Also, because these companies are investing huge amounts of money in new technologies and advertisement, they are more efficient. This leads to increases in production and profits. The country is well-known for its industry and employees who work more than the employees in other countries. Some of them work 12-14 hours per day, 6 days a week. Also, vacations are usually long weekends. You can see most profitable industries in Canada, if you are not interested in Japan.

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Although, Japan is a small country, it has a lot of successful companies. You probably heard about Toyota, Sony, Toshiba, etc. The revenues of these companies are huge. For example, Toyota has a total revenue of $326 billion. The company also employs 326.000 employees. With a revenue of $119 billion, Honda is another big company in the country.

Due to the fact that competition is tough in the country, some companies invest a lot of money in advertisement. The leader in this field is Sony, with $3.7 billion invested in the advertisement. Of course, we must mention Nintendo. The company spent $460 million (10% of its revenue) on advertisements.

Now, you can find out all about most profitable Japanese companies. In order to provide you the most accurate list, we used the best sources, Fortune (Global 500) and Forbes (Biggest public companies). All values you can see are average values, based on aforementioned sources. In addition, these values represent profits, companies made during this year.

11. Itochu – $2.7 billion

Itochu is a trading company located in Osaka. The market value is around $19 billion. It was founded in 1858, which makes it one of the oldest companies in Japan. The company employs more than 100.000 employees.

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