Technology Transfer: Japanese Firms Involved in F-15 Co-production and Civil Aircraft Programs
DIANE Publishing, Oct 1, 2008 - 24 pages
In response to a congressional request in 1992 concerning the impact of U.S. military aircraft cooperative programs with Japan, the author examined the Japanese aerospace industry┐s production, employment, market share, and trade over the decade prior to 1992. The author also: (1) obtained information on Japanese aerospace companies┐ participation in the U.S. civil jet aircraft industry, specifically in Boeing and Douglas Aircraft Company programs; (2) identified Japanese companies participating in the F-15 co-production program; and (3) determined which of those were involved in the development and production of Boeing and Douglas civil aircraft. Tables and graphs.
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777 program actuators Aircraft Industry Production Appendix Bendix now Allied-Signal billion in 1980 Boeing and Douglas Boeing Company Boeing officials Cathode ray tubes civil aircraft programs civil jet components computer-aided design Corporation now National corresponding items current dollars Daicel Douglas Aircraft Company Douglas Aircraft Corporation Douglas civil aircraft engine Ishikawajima Harima F-15 coproduction program fuel Goodyear Aerospace HEAVY MITSUBISHI HEAVY JAPAN AVIATION ELECTRONICS Japanese Aerospace Companies Japanese aerospace firms Japanese aerospace industry Japanese Aircraft Industry Japanese Aircraft Production Japanese companies participating Japanese firms Japanese government Japanese suppliers KAYABA INDUSTRY landing gear Lear Siegler Litton Industries main F-15 agreement market share McDonnell Douglas Ministry of International MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC MITSUBISHI Mitsubishi Heavy Industries MITSUBISHI HEAVY MITSUBISHI National Waterlift Participants in F-15 Participants in U.S. percent Pneumo Corporation Rockwell International SHIMADZU SUMITOMO PRECISION system TOSHIBA TEIJIN SEIKI TOKYO AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENT Tokyo Keiki U.S. aerospace U.S. civil aircraft U.S. firm valves Yokogawa Electric