Media Partners

We are proud to present world-renowned Nikkei (Japanese) and Nikkei Asian Review (English) as media partners of the EU-Japan EPA Forum, together with Chris Clague, Managing Editor for Asia & Global Editorial Lead for Trade and Globalisation, The Economist Intelligence Unit as our moderator. 

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is the research and analysis division of The Economist Group and the world leader in global business intelligence.

Created in 1946, we have 70 years’ experience in helping businesses, financial firms and governments to understand how the world is changing and how that creates opportunities to be seized and risks to be managed.

With access to over 650 expert analysts and editors across 200 countries worldwide we are the world leading provider of forecasting and advisory services. Our thought leadership work is driven by unrivalled access to executives, influencers and policy makers and is supported by an elite in-house survey panel. 

Nikkei Inc. is the world's largest financial newspaper as well as Japan's leading business and economic news outlet. Nikkei Asian Review (English) is published by Nikkei Inc., providing unparalleled coverage of Japan's economy, industries and markets. 

The group's business portfolio includes publishing, broadcasting and the Nikkei 225 stock index. Its flagship newspaper, The Nikkei, has a circulation of approximately 3 million. 

With 24 bureaus across the region and over 1,300 correspondents worldwide, Nikkei is ideally positioned to provide Asian news and analysis to a global audience.

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Event coverage

Other media outlets reporting from the event

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Press information  

We invite international media covering business and finance, politics and economics to report from the event. 

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Please reach out to Sofie Nordstrom, Event Director via sn@eujapanforum.com or +44 7411 62 8822 for press information, to learn about the features and benefits of becoming media partner of the EU-Japan Forum, and to request exclusive media access and side-line interviews with executives and policy-makers attending.