Japan's universities, corporates, and government all begin to sing from the same hymn sheet.

At the beginning of October this column said: “In university venturing, the trinity is often a combination of government officials, academic administration and business support and in Japan the signs are promising that all three are coming together to support the latest signs of vigour in an economy moribund since the early 1990s.”

This was written after a number of corporations and universities set up venturing funds in the summer and ahead of my trip to Tokyo last month for…

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