Japanese Economic Policies and Growth: Implications for Businesses in Canada and North America
Japan has few natural resources, but its economy is the second largest in the world. This book examines business practices and government policies which have contributed to the phenomenal growth of the Japanese economy since the early 1960s.
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3 The Role of Government Industrial Policy
The Role of Government Technology Policy
Foreign Trade and Direct Investment
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Bilateral Economic Relations
Principal Canadian Exports to Japan by 2Digit SITC
Canadian Policies Towards Japan
Lessons and Opportunities for Canada
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