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A yen to exchange knowledge The introduction of a form of Private Finance Initiative and a refurbishment boom mean Japan has a lot to learn from Britain

British architects have a lot to offer the Japanese and there are opportunities for those willing to pursue them. But architects should not feel alone when it comes to promoting themselves abroad. The Export to Japan Unit of British Trade International is there to help.

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