Prepare for Digitalization, Japan Budgets 400 Billion Yen

Prepare for Digitalization, Japan Budgets 400 Billion Yen

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida announced that he would create a "policy package" of 400 billion yen in three years to strengthen human resource development (HR) especially for digitalization.

"I want to drastically strengthen investment in human resources. We will make a new policy package of 400 billion yen in the next three years," said PM Kishida.

Ummatimes - Prime Minister Kishida exchanged opinions with company executives in Tokyo on ideas for human resource development and the introduction of enterprise digitization.

After it ended, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida told reporters that he would create a 400 billion yen “policy package” in three years to strengthen human resource development for digitization.

"We want to reflect this in the supplementary budget for this year, which we are targeting to set out by the end of the year," he said.

However, the details of its contents have not been decided.

"I would like to solicit ideas broadly from private companies and individuals and decide on their content further," said Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.