The Origins of Japanese Trade Supremacy: Development and Technology in Asia from 1540 to the Pacific War

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Hurst, 1996 - Foreign trade promotion - 471 pages
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Japan's emergence as an economic superpower - one whose trade surplus with the rest of the world stood in 1993 at $140 billion - has been neither sudden nor entirely economically driven. Rather it is the result of a centuries-old process. Japan's understanding of the wider world, of trade and of other relationships has expanded in stages, each determined by both internal and external factors.

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