U.S.-Asia economic relations: hearings before the Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs, joint with Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, second session, April 2 and 29, 1992, Volume 4
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U S Merchandise Trade and Balances with Japan
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Acton American apparel industries areas Asia Asian Asian/Pacific Rim countries auto average billions of U.S. Bolle briefing book Canada Cantor companies competitive consumer Cooper costs declined Department of Commerce direct investment abroad Elwell employment Epstein equipment exports to Japan Faleomavaega FIGURE foreign affiliates foreign direct investment GATT Hong Kong imports from Japan Jackson Japan agreed Japanese government job retained keiretsu labor largest Malaysia manufactured imports market share merchandise Morrison MOSS agreements MOSS talks Motor Nanto negotiations nonrubber-footwear Philippines priority practices quotas rates restrictions satellites sector Singapore Solarz Source South Korea Structural Impediments Structural Impediments Initiative Super supercomputers suppliers TABLE Taiwan tariffs textile textile and apparel Thailand total U.S. trade agreements trade barriers U.S. Department U.S. direct investment U.S. dollars U.S. economy U.S. exports U.S. firms U.S. industry U.S. jobs U.S. manufactured U.S. market U.S. parent U.S. steel U.S. trade deficit United USTR