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Dun & Bradstreet Global bankruptcy report 2016. Asia Pacific Partnerships

25 March 2016

The Global bankruptcy report, which is the fruit of the organizational capabilities of D&B’s WWN, allows the reader to gain an immediate grasp of bankruptcy in 28 countries, including Japan, and contains explanations of bankruptcy in Japan by TSR’s Information Department as well as comprehensive evaluations by UK analysts.

The Global bankruptcy report, which is the fruit of the organizational capabilities of D&B’s WWN, allows the reader to gain an immediate grasp of bankruptcy in 28 countries, including Japan, and contains explanations of bankruptcy in Japan by TSR’s Information Department as

well as comprehensive evaluations by UK analysts.

Since 1952, at TSR (Tokyo Shoko Research) we have been compiling the Nationwide Bankruptcy Trends, released on a monthly basis as an effective index for

gaining a grasp of the real economy in the midst of such unstable economic conditions.

These Nationwide Bankruptcy Trends are currently being used in a variety of fields by the government, government administration offices, the mass media,

research institutions and other organizations as the only index in Japan that preserves statistical consistency in chronological order.

As the overseas presence of Japanese companies and the volume of their overseas transactions increases, more and more customers have been expressing a

need for the analysis of bankruptcy trends to cover not only Japan, but also foreign countries as an index of real economic conditions. It was to satisfy this need

that TSR started compiling the Global Bankruptcy Report.

For future editions TSR aspire to develop this into a true joint effort of the network and include statistics from partners across the WWN.

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