Experience Reference from the Financial Support Practices for Japan’s Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

Zhaozhen Fan

Abstract


The government-dominant financial system in Japan has exerted significant effects on the reconstruction of economy, the realization of industrial policy goals, and the construction of independent industrial and national economic system after the war. In Japan, the government takes much count of support for small and medium-sized enterprise financing. It establishes a small and medium-sized enterprise financial system that takes non-governmental units as principal parts and government as assistant one. Different types of financial institutions coexist in the small and medium- sized financial system and complement one another, which serves as a great support for small and medium-sized enterprise. The financial support mode for Japan’s small and medium-sized enterprises and its characteristics serve as inspirations for us in the fast and healthy development of China’s small and medium-sized enterprises.

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