and the Japanese nuclear reactor was completely
and services and exerts significant commercial influence in global markets. In particular, Japan’s technology and manufacturing-related industries play a leading role in the global economy and global supply chains.Due to the lack of important natural resources, Japan has long relied on imported energy and raw materials. After the Japanese nuclear reactor was completely shut down after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster, Japan’s industrial sector was even more dependent on imported fossil fuels. To support this large manufacturing industry, Japan has been focused on maintaining its infrastructure by injecting funds into the number of roads it owns, and by investing in alternative energy sources to make it independent of foreign fossil fuels.
Japan also has a very efficient high-speed train industry that is known for almost all of its time.