Mitsubishi and the N.Y.K., 1870-1914: Business Strategy in the Japanese Shipping Industry

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Harvard Univ Asia Center, 1984 - Business & Economics - 672 pages
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William D. Wray presents an in-depth analysis of the origins and institutional growth prior to World War I of Mitsubishi, today Japan's largest industrial group, and the Nippon Yusen Kaisha, now the world's leading shipping enterprise.
  

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Contents

Themes and Propositions
7
Coverage
13
18701874
21
1875
55
18761880
87
18801882
129
18831885
169
18851894
227
CONCLUSION
483
The N Y K the Government and Comparative
491
The N Y K as an Autonomous Firm
505
The N Y K and the Wider World
513
A NOTE ON SHIP TONNAGES
519
BANKING OF N Y K TERM DEPOSITS
535
ABBRE VIATIONS USED IN THE NOTES
537
BIBLIOGRAPHY
621

COMMERCIAL DIPLOMACY
293
The European Line and the Freight Conference
308
A FINANCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL
413

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