Japanese industrial development policies in the 1980s: implications for U.S. trade and investment : final report
Hudson Institute, 1982 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
This report describes and analyzes Japanese industrial development policies in the 1980s and their implications for U.S. trade and investment. In undertaking this task, we have examined past and present Japanese industrial development policies and various specific instruments through which the Japanese government sought to implement these policies. We gave special attention to policies designed to foster frontier industries and to rationalize declining or stagnating industries.
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