Japan and the new ocean regime

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Westview Press, 1984 - Business & Economics - 383 pages
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Book studys Japan's position in the development of oceanic resources such as food and minerals. It views Japan's role in an international context, particularly as it relates to U.N. policies.

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Contents

Japan and the Ocean Robert L Friedheim and Tsuneo Akaha
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Does Japan Have
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Deep Seabed Mining
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