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Japan and the New World Order By Rob Steven

Japan and the New World Order
by Rob Steven

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Under the new world order, Japan's international business activity is being organised through tight networks that link banks, industrial corporations and trading companies and that are displacing onto Asia their main domestic problems.
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Japan and the New World Order: Global Investments, Trade and Finance by Rob Steven

Under the new world order, Japan's international business activity is being organised through tight networks that link banks, industrial corporations and trading companies and that are displacing onto Asia their main domestic problems. Since the US and Europe are refusing to fulfil that function, Japan is forming a new three-zone strategy in which production, marketing and finance are tightly coordinated within each zone but in which there is also an overall shift away from North America and Europe towards Asia.

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Table of Contents


Preface - Acknowledgements - List of Tables - List of Abbreviations - The Emerging New World Order - Domestic Crisis: Motor of Internationalisation - Foreign Investment Zone Strategies - Foreign Investment Industrial Strategies - Trade: From Patriotic Duty to Corporate Strategy - Finance for the Rich, 'Aid' for the Poor - Conclusion: Patterned Underdevelopment in the New World Order - References - Index

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GOR010191509
Japan and the New World Order: Global Investments, Trade and Finance by Rob Steven
Rob Steven
Used - Well Read
Paperback
Palgrave Macmillan
1995-11-12
284
0333610067
9780333610060
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