The Sun Also Sets: The Limits to Japan's Economic Power

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Times Books, 1989 - Business & Economics - 292 pages
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A noted expert in the field of economics analyzes Japan's rise to economic power and its perceived threat to American interests, arguing that Japan's current economic status will not continue into the twenty-first century

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Recent books have warned of American vulnerability to Japan's economic prowess, for instance, Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins's Selling Out: How We Are Letting Japan Buy Our Land, Our Financial ... Read full review

Contents

CHANGE AND SURPRISE
23
HOME AND ABROAD
137
The Japanese Diaspora
143
Copyright

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