Economic, Industrial and Managerial Coordination between by Kiyoshi Abe, William Gunther, Harold See

By Kiyoshi Abe, William Gunther, Harold See

This quantity is the fabricated from a three-year collaborative undertaking among eastern and American students. subject matters comprise overseas exchange, overseas direct funding, coordination of economic and financial coverage, improvement information, telecommunications, highbrow estate rights, and agricultural and company tradition matters. The comparative analyses benefited from non-stop discussion between students from either side of the Pacific.

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Until the mid-1970s, most Japanese FDis were targeted toward Asia and other developing countries. Resourcebased FDI served to preserve the security of critical raw material supplies and preexisting export markets. When Japanese investments in developing countries take the form of joint ventures with local capital, they serve as a vehicle for transferring Japan's technology to them. They also become bases for manufacturing low-cost intermediate products for export to Japan. The essential intermediate products are incorporated in Japan's high value added products which are in turn exported from Japan to the US and Europe.

The danger to American/Japanese trade negotiations is, of course, that each party will conduct itself in a manner consistent with its own culture. It is difficult to envision how negotiators could do otherwise, yet the failure to do otherwise presages failure of the talks and ultimate mutual retaliation. Already culture driven responses hold the parties prisoner. " In addition, Baker revealed that the US Congress's frustration with the lack of progress toward more balanced bilateral trade had caused it to request the addition of Japanese structural impediments to the Super 301 list.

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