- Monday, December 10, 2018

PAI and Asia

Japan is a nation dedicated to liberty, the rule of law and prosperity, having created the greatest economic power in East Asia. The Pacific Alliance Institute (PAI) has its headquarters in Tokyo, the nation’s capital, where it is working to confront the authoritarian states that are emerging in Asia.

PAI and Liberty

PAI supports tax cuts, free trade and reductions in government expenditures, and implements think tank programs to that end. PAI seeks to build alliances with like-minded conservatives, such as members of Americans for Tax Reform. In 2017, we launched an annual Japan-U.S. Innovation Summit and look forward to continued partnerships with conservative organizations over the Pacific Ocean that are dedicated to liberty.

PAI and Supporters

Attendees at the Japan-U.S. Innovation Summit included lawmakers of the ruling party, scholars who support free markets, journalists and other thought leaders from Japan. We are also exchanging opinions regularly with lawmakers of the ruling and opposition parties who have been closely related to us. PAI is also supported by young Japanese grassroots leaders, entrepreneurs and policy experts who are seeking freedom and recognize the vital importance of the Japan-U.S. alliance.

Major Japanese Speakers who participated in the Japan-U.S. Innovation Summit in 2017:

Yasutoshi Nishimura, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary.

Mineyuki Fukuda, Senior Vice Minister of State.

Hiroshi Yamada, Upper House member.

Hidehiro Mitani, Lower House member.

Hiroshi Yoshida, Professor, Chiba University of Commerce.

Akira Kamoshida, Professor, Yokohama City University.

Takahiro Suzuki, Professor, Josai International University.

Tomio Yoshikawa, Visiting Professor, Osaka University of Economics.

To contribute to PAI:

1. BANK NAME: MIZUHO BANK, LTD.

2. SWIFT CODE / BIC CODE: MHCBJPJT

3. BRANCH NAME: ICHIGAYA BRANCH

4. BENEFICIARY’S ACCOUNT NO.: 207-2349302

5. BENEFICIARY NAME: Pacific Alliance Institute, Inc. Yuya Watase

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