Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Quantum Japan

Japan is likely to be a hotbed of quantum-based technological invention and innovation in the years ahead. In the past several years, nanotech conferences in Japan have attracted far larger crowds than they have here in the U.S., and there are dozens of companies directing relatively large sums of yen into quantum and nano-related R&D activity. What's more, as the Wall Street Journal pointed out yesterday, given Prime Minister Koizumi's stunning victory in snap elections held last weekend, the ruling party in Japan has an overwhelming majority for the first time in 15 years and could use that majority to return Japan as one of the engines of global prosperity.

If you are a prospective quantum investor, my advice is to keep a close eye on developments in Japan.

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