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Japanese brands are reliable, not so cool

SINGAPORE -- To appeal to overseas consumers, Japanese companies need to do more to position their brands as a way to project one's status, outlook or personality, according to a report by J. Walter Thompson. The international advertising agency noted that while Japanese brands are thought of as innovative and reliable, they are "not seen as sexy, design-driven or cool."

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