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"Most Reliable in Technology" in Japan is the lowest of major countries, 1st China: IFA GPC-Engadget Japan Edition



International Fair IFA 2019, to be held in September this year in Berlin. The pre-event GPC 2019 was held in Spain. In the second half of the event, the American research firm Edelman published the results of the survey "The credibility of Japan in technology", with Japan ranking as the smallest of the main countries.

Edelman conducted a 30-minute online survey of about 33,000 people in 27 countries from October to November last year. According to the result, the proportion of "people who rely on technology" is 66% in Japan, the lowest in Russia. Meanwhile, the first place reached 91% in China. The proportion of people relying on technology is high in emerging countries and low in developed countries.

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(Cooperation interview: Messe Berlin)


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