The bankruptcy of renown, a Japanese clothing giant, first affected large Japanese Enterprises

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 The bankruptcy of renown, a Japanese clothing giant, first affected large Japanese Enterprises


According to the report, the number of small and medium-sized enterprises that have closed down due to the epidemic has soared, and the impact of economic contraction has affected large Japanese enterprises for the first time. According to Empire database, Japans largest credit investigation company, it is the first time that Japanese listed companies have gone bankrupt this year. On the other hand novel coronavirus outbreak related to the number of enterprises (more than 10 million yen or 660 thousand yuan) reached 150 at 12 noon on the day, according to data released by Tokyo commercial and Industrial Research Corporation on 15. Enterprises in 40 prefectures of Japan have gone bankrupt. With the sharp decrease of sales volume caused by avoiding going out, accommodation industry and catering industry are the main industries, and the capital turnover is not good one after another. According to the report, the cumulative number of bankruptcies related to the new crown was 2 at the end of February, 25 at the end of March and 109 at the end of April, with a sustained growth momentum. The Japanese government has lifted the emergency declaration for 39 counties, but if the recovery of personal consumption is slow, the number of bankruptcies may increase further. Source: responsible editor of observer network: Zhang Meiyu nf2100

According to the report, the number of small and medium-sized enterprises that have closed down due to the epidemic has soared, and the impact of economic contraction has affected large Japanese enterprises for the first time. According to Empire database, Japans largest credit investigation company, it is the first time that Japanese listed companies have gone bankrupt this year.

On the other hand novel coronavirus outbreak related to the number of enterprises (more than 10 million yen or 660 thousand yuan) reached 150 at 12 noon on the day, according to data released by Tokyo commercial and Industrial Research Corporation on 15. Enterprises in 40 prefectures of Japan have gone bankrupt. With the sharp decrease of sales volume caused by avoiding going out, accommodation industry and catering industry are the main industries, and the capital turnover is not good one after another.

According to the report, the cumulative number of bankruptcies related to the new crown was 2 at the end of February, 25 at the end of March and 109 at the end of April, with a sustained growth momentum. The Japanese government has lifted the emergency declaration for 39 counties, but if the recovery of personal consumption is slow, the number of bankruptcies may increase further.