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Sea Japan feels the winds of maritime transformation

The traditional family-oriented shipping businesses that have characterised so much of Japanese shipping in past decades will come under pressure over the next five years as the next generation steps up to senior management

The question now being asked openly by overseas visitors is: how do we do business here?

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