Japan: political & economic reports, 1906-1970
Japan and Dependencies: Political and Economic Reports 19061970 is a revised edition of Archive Editions' 1994 title which ran up to 1960. It provides an extensive series of British diplomatic reports containing a continuous account of developments in Japanese history from 19061960, now updated by the addition of previously withheld documents from the 1940s and 2 volumes of documents from 19601970. It is further changed by the removal of the volumes relating to the dependencies, Taiwan, Korea and Manchuria. The resulting 9500 pages is a considerable piece of research which provides descriptions and assessments of Japanese international relations, internal political and economic affairs and post-war civil and economic reconstruction following 1945. It is of particular importance as Japan has been viewed latterly as one of the great engines of economic change in the twentieth century.
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Monthly Economic Report on Japan January 1961
Fortnightly Report of events in Japan 215 January 1961
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1961 financial announced approved April arrived in Japan Asia August balance of payments Bank budget Cabinet Chancery CM CM coal Committee Communist China companies Consul Consulate-General contracts Cortazzi cotton countries crude December deficit Diet Eastern Dept economic EVENTS IN JAPAN exports February firms Foreign Affairs Foreign Minister House of Councillors Ikeda imports Indonesia industry investment iron and steel January Japan Socialist Party Japanese Japanese Government Jesselton July June Liberal Democratic Party liberalisation loans machinery MAIN POLITICAL EVENTS Majesty's manufacturing March metres million tons Ministry of Transport mission negotiations November October opened in Tokyo organisations Osaka Osaka Consulate overseas Pakistan Peking period Prime Minister production programme proposed Seoul September Shipbuilding ships signed Singapore Slatcher Sohyo South Korea Soviet Union Spreckley Staple fibre talks textile Treasury Treaty U.S. Export-Import Bank United Kingdom Unwin Yarn metric tons Yokohama Zealand Embassy