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The Japanese economy as reported in "Newsweek"

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Published by Kodansha in Tokyo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Parallel Japanese and English text.

Statement[edited by] (Hiroshi Sawada).
SeriesBilingual books -- 44
ContributionsSawada, Hiroshi.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19599801M
ISBN 104770025432

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The Japanese economy as reported in Newsweek book

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Ironically, in virtually every industry the government supported, Japanese companies never became globally competitive. Send us an email at sitsshow gmail. The report blindsided him. This has created a predictable real estate bubble. Sorry, this content isn't available on your device.

And in the first decade of the new millennium, Japan's inflation-adjusted GDP growth is just. As such, blind belief or callous rejection are not our allies but critical thinking and open-mindedness are.

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