Global Assessment Of Japan

  • Japan

    people and more in injuries. Fukushima Daiichi is declared a nuclear disaster when a meltdown of the reactors in the nuclear power station left contamination in the water, land, and air. In the aftermath of the tsunami of March 11, 2011, the people of Japan have not only the challenge of redevelopment but the safety from Fukushima and strength to build a healthy psychological future. When Fukushima Daiichi was designed and built with information of tsunami hazard, there were no known large

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    With such this country beings such a small island Japan is actually has a huge cultural impact on the world. Most of it's early cultural has been influenced by other countries and empires mainly China and has since the early B.C era of times has evolved into the prosperous culture we have today. Japan today is rich and diverse and unique from any other Asian country and culture today. In Ancient Japan before the the establishment of city states, Japan was no different from any other early civilization

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  • Lv in Japan

    Champagne’, involvement of French trademark authorities etc., make there product defendable. Partnership with local artist and Limited edition products has demonstrated that Product Line up and innovation are very strong parts of ‘LV’ business model in Japan. Price – Market Demands “Low Price”, this is achieved by reducing costs and off-shoring production to China and elsewhere. Louis Vuitton handbags, on the other hand, are priced high. Such high prices are unnecessary for merely stowing and carrying

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    Japan Bill Cook Westwood College February 4, 2013 Japan History Japan is a country that has been around for a long time and is filled with conflicts and extremes. Japan is known for the way they do things and it’s state of the art technology, solid fighting traditions and superior creative achievements. Japan is an island that so close to the mainland, yet it’s still very much secluded. Throughout history, there have been several ideas that have been adopted from both Asia and the West

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    years, companies have been suffering from unexpected changes in the global market, technological innovaY. Park (*) Department of Business Administration, Ube National College of Technology, 2-14-1 Tokiwadai, Ube, Yamaguchi 755-8555, Japan e-mail: ecventure@ube-k.ac.jp Y. Chen Faculty of Economics, Shiga University, Shiga, Japan This work was presented in part at the 15th International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics, Oita, Japan, February 4–6, 2010 396 oriented services and creating value

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  • Japan Trade Laws

    Country Commerce Japan Released September 2011 The Economist Intelligence Unit 750 Third Avenue New York NY 10017 USA Economist Intelligence Unit The Economist Intelligence Unit is a specialist publisher serving companies establishing and managing operations across national borders. For 60 years it has been a source of information on business developments, economic and political trends, government regulations and corporate practice worldwide. The Economist Intelligence Unit delivers its

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  • Japan and China

    China and Japan | | SOC/335 | April 6, 2013 | | Introduction Nations around the world are ever changing and such cultures have the ability to produce scholars, businessmen, and businesswomen, and educators. It is through such perception that individuals learn of cultures and embrace the distinctions of people to understand the uniqueness of tradition, religion, and working ethnics to build interpersonal relationships among others. In this paper, the relationship between Japan and China

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    has become vital to the U.S. Economy. Japan is the number one export market for the United States. In 1993, Japan accounted for 37.6 percent of the total growth in U.S. value-added exports. U.S. food products, in particular, are a huge market in Japan. American agricultural exports to Japan in 1993 were $8.7 billion. About one-third of Japanese agricultural imports come from the United States. However, there is sometimes a mixed reception in Japan regarding products from the United States

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    I selected Japan: My addendum Japan, has known to be a group oriented society, and most Japanese do like people to be too different, not in the smallest ways. As a country, Japan isn’t sure how to relate to gay people, so their solution is to not relate to gay or homosexual this is why most social conformity requires gay people to stay in the closet. Most of the reason for this just plain ignorance of what being gay is all about. Most Japanese think all homosexuals have opposite-sex gender

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  • Global Cultural Analysis-Japan

    His main purpose of this article is to get the reader to understand the differences between the cultures, decision-making, and employment strategies of Japan and the United States. This topic is suitable for my research paper because it helps me answer the first research question, which deals with the elements and dimensions of culture of Japan. Fukuda, J. (1992). The internationalization of Japanese business: different approaches, similar problems. The International Executive , 34 (1),

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  • P&G Japan Is It a Global Brand? Does It Have the Potential?

    BUS109 Individual case---P&G Japan Is it a global brand? Does it have the potential? Overall I think SK-II had the potential to be a global brand even though it had many thinks needed to work on. It is always hard to manage a multi-national company because countries are so different. However, fortunately SK-II was supported by a larger global company: P&G. SK-II did not have to hire outside international corporate experts since P&G had already developed an experienced and professional

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  • Global Cultural Analysis: Japan

    International Business Global Cultural Analysis: Japan Liberty University June 24, 2013 Abstract This paper provided an opportunity to take a deeper look into the country of Japan by conducting a Global Cultural Analysis. Throughout this paper the following four research areas were explored: 1.What is the major elements and dimensions of culture in Japan? 2. How are these elements and dimensions integrated by locals conducting business in Japan? 3. How does U.S. culture

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    Daimyo… Bushido The Closing of Japan Nobunaga vs. Hideyoshi Matthew Perry Chapter 11: London on September 2, 1666-the great fire destroyed it. Francis Bacon-leading advocate of the empirical method Inductive reasoning Empirical method Rene Descartes Deductive reasoning Deism Johannes Kepler-had made detailed records of the movements of the planets, substantiating Copernicus’s theory that the cosmos was heliocentric (sun-centered), not geocentric (earth-centered) Galileo Galilei-improved

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  • Iphones in Japan

    IPhone in Japan The IPhone is now known as the most successful smartphone in the entire world. Millions of people all over use their IPhone for worldwide communication and for various recreational activities. The growth of the smartphone has reduced the need for planners, calendars and contact lists, as the millions of applications these devices can do is limitless. Information can easily be accessed by the push of a button, and the ease of use is a great selling point when trying to infiltrate

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    Diagram 3-5: Type Three - Near-future Model of the New Style of Japanese Corporate Management Image of Global Exposure Less than 20% of sales are made in Japan, while markets in emerging countries are expanding.
Ratio of employees with foreign nationality is more than half and all functions are being multi-nationalized. Sales companies: Localization is further promoted but also integration with service deposits is facilitated. In order to focus on maintenance and service business in the future

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  • Japan Economy

    Economics, June 25-27, 2004. The authors are grateful to Takeshi Kudo and Emilia Simeonova for their excellent research assistance. We also thank our discussants Ken Kuttner, and Kazuo Ueda, Kunio Okina and participants at seminars at the Bank of Japan, and the East Asian Seminar on Economics. Any views expressed in this paper are the views of the authors only and not the University of Tokyo, Columbia University or the National Bureau of Economic Research. The views expressed herein are those of

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  • Ihrm in Japan

    practitioners. Japan is kind of very well designed society there is plans and structure for everything (Doole and Lowe 2000). Japanese management puts stress to secure survival, long term growth of company to benefit all incorporating the organization. It focuses on soft S of Mckinsey 7S concept i.e. staff style, skill and subordinate goal. Overall significance of HRM on management is high. There is a high importance of HR with stress on its strategic meaning. Management in Japan since end of Second

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  • Global Assessment of Japan

    Global Assessment of Japan Bobbi Rieger, Chelsea Bergman, Sanam Amid-Hozour, Shirabe Yoshida University of British Columbia Okanagan In order to expand Webster Incorporated into the global market we have to consider which market would permit Webster Inc. to enter while allowing them room to grow as the competition is fierce within the faux wood industry.  Our team believes the most profitable option for a global market in regards to expansion would be Japan.  There

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  • Global Crisis in Japan

    Japan in the global economy, we can divide the period in four phases. First – War reconstruction Second – high growth Third – stable economy growth Forth – “bubble” After World War II, the Japanese economy struggled to recover until it received a boost from the so-called special demands from the Korean War. To improve the production capacity of the economy, the Japanese government adopted the priority production system, focusing on the production of steel and coal, expecting spill over effects

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    Case Study 1: Matsushita’s Culture Changes with Japan Japan suffered one of the worst economic hit in history when the economic bubble deflated steeply in the 1990s. Stock prices and real estate slumped enormously mostly due to domestic monetary policies. As a result, companies in Japan faced financial trouble which triggered the cultural change in Japan. Before the Economic crisis, employee and the company have a particularly close relationship. The company is involved in the live of the employee

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    The Necessity of the Atomic Bombs in World War II On August 6th, 1945, the first atomic bomb intended to kill man was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan by the United States of America. Three days later, a second atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, in hopes to force Japan to finally surrender. There is much controversy, even to this day, as to whether to deployment of the first atomic bombs were warranted and absolutely necessary. While the bombings did end the treacherous World War II, they ended

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    LONDON — Japan issued a travel alert for Europe on Monday, joining the United States and Britain in warning of a possible terrorist attack by al-Qaida or other groups. The Foreign Ministry in Tokyo urged Japanese citizens to be cautious when using public transport or visiting popular tourist sites. European authorities tightened efforts to keep the public safe in the wake of warnings by officials in several countries that the terrorism threat is high and extra vigilance is warranted. Washington

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  • Japan Stagnation

    Fundamentals of Global Business Japan’s Economic Malaise and Future for Growth Japan was considered an economic powerhouse during the 1960s through the 1980s. During it’s peak the Japanese economy suddenly became stagnated. There are several reasons for this downfall, including falling housing prices, unrest with the Chinese government leading to anti-Japan sentiment, a drop in birth rate leading to an aging population and natural disasters that have hindered Japan’s economic recovery. Despite

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  • Global

    comprising more than 180 companies in 62 countries and territories worldwide. Established in 1908 as a manufacturer of printing inks, DIC has capitalized on its extensive technologies, know-how and experience in the years since to transform itself into a global powerhouse in key fields of endeavor. Today, DIC and the companies of the DIC Group supply an extensive lineup of products in four business segments: Printing Inks & Supplies, Neo-Graphic Arts Materials, Synthetic Resins and Chemical Solution Materials

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  • Is Compare Japan-Korea Cosmetic

    ..41 SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE OF QUESTIONNAIRE ................................... 41 SECTION 2. DEMOGRAPHIC BACKGROUND OF RESPONDENTS ...................................... 41 SECTION 3. ASSESSMENT ON SELECTING GENERAL COSMETICS .................................. 42 SECTION 4. ASSESSMENT ON JAPANESE AND KOREAN COSMETICS ............................. 46 4.4.1. Reasons not to buy and to buy Japanese and Korean cosmetics.............. 46 4.4.2. Popular brands and products of Japanese and

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    When Japan is mentioned, the first picture painted in ones mind is the look of the ancient temples, a mountainous terrain covered in mist, bullet trains among other famous features. These are among the unique aspects that are synonymous with the Asian nation that today is one of the leading economies in the world. Like other countries however, Japan has its history and the general information that one has to take a detailed look at in order to understand the nation well. Japan is an island nation

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  • Starbucks in Japan

    coffee. Today it is a global roaster and retailer of coffee with some 17,000 stores, 40% of which are in 50 countries outside the United States. In 1995, with 700 stores across the US, Starbucks began exploring foreign opportunities. The first target market was Japan. The potential for coffee sales in Japan is significant. The Japanese economy is the third to the United States and China with a gross domestic product (GDP) of U.S. $5.96 trillion in 2012. Starbucks Coffee Japan, Ltd. is a major operator

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  • Global Business Cultral Assessment

    Global Business Cultural Analysis: Russia Liberty University School of Business BUSI 604-B05 Dr. Wallace Saunders July 4th, 2014 Honor Code I have neither given nor received any assistance on this assignment that has not been disclosed in the document submitted. I have not violated nor observed any violations of the Liberty University Honor Code as it applies to this assignment. Signed: Abstract Russia spans 11 times zones and with 147 million people the business opportunities

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    the education system, is Japan. Nevertheless, this country was not as well as in an earlier. After World War II, Japan became conscious about the importance of education, so it has tried hard to improve education system. Now, Japan became one of the most highly educated countries in the world. Every year, people come to Japan to receive education at different institutional. This essay, will discuss the three main points such as, the reasons of why students choose Japan, where international students

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    Japan: Final Paper Tiffany Haisler BUS343: International Marketing Robert McKinley 9/1/2014 Japan: Final Paper With populations the world over growing older and birth rates declining, the demand for elderly care and assistance will only gain more momentum. Caring for the elderly is not just limited to medical care. There are great numbers of seniors that have become shut-ins and recluses because they have no immediate family to provide for them and most of their friends have passed on or

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  • Competitiveness of Japan

    National Competitiveness of Japan ABSTRACT: Japan is the third largest economy. It had been so successful and competitive before 1990. It has been in stagnation for two decades. This paper is going to examine if Japan still retains her national competitive advantage and as an attractive place for MNE from different internal analysis. There will be suggestions of how Japan can improve her international competitiveness. INTRODUCTION Japan had experienced tremendously economic growth after World

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  • Merill Lynch in Japan

    Merrill Lynch in Japan Sheila Kennedy MGT/448 Gary Solomon April 4, 2011 Merrill Lynch’s first endeavor to penetrate the market of Japan was unsuccessful because their marketplace was not synchronized to acknowledge international companies. However, in 1997 the situation changed in the World Trade Organization (WTO) contract for enhancing overseas firms to promote financial services to national investors. This was the beginning of a new age in the global market. Previous experience

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  • Japan Analysis

    and debt? Over the last ten years Japan had a tremendous growth. It is no surprise for a country like Japan to have an increase in GDP among the last ten years; it had a GDP of $4.3 trillion in 2004 and kept increasing till it reached $5.96 trillion in the end of 2013 (Trading Economics, 2013). This significant increase in in the GDP is due to the increase in the net exports, since nowadays Japan is known as the world’s second largest developed economy. Japan exports a lot of automobiles because

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    economy. With a declining birth rate, currently at 1.3 births per woman (Bonnett,2009) and ever aging population, Japan is expected to shrink in population from its peak of 128 million people seven years ago to 87 million people by the year 2060 (Week Magazine 2014). How will Japan afford to sustain its generous social programs and bolster its fragile economy at the same time? How can Japan convince its younger generation to reverse the current trend of shunning marriage and children? The aversion of

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  • Japan Yen

    Natthima Sonsoem, Anyesha Mahaptra University of New Haven Abstract This Case study provides an insight to the fluctuations experienced in the currency of Japan, Yen from the late 1990’s to recent years. Japan follows the floating currency monetary policy due to which there is no measures taken on to control the fluctuations. Japan experienced magnificent growth through the 60's, 70's, and 80's leading into the 90's beginning. In the late 1990's, Japan’s economy marked its growth significantly

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    War II Geographically, Japan is an island nation that is slightly smaller than the state of California, with an area of 377,915 square kilometers. However, Japan has a coastline that is almost 30,000 kilometers in length in comparison to the United States coastline, which is 19,924 kilometers in length. It is narrowly separated from modern-day Russia, North Korea, South Korea, and China by the Sea of Japan and the East China Sea. On maps the largest cities in Japan are on the Eastern side of

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    Rising Sun On the furthest eastern hemisphere lies a small country called Japan. With an estimated population of 127 million, it is about the same size as the state of California. Even though there are limited English speaking establishments, Japan is an amazing place full of adventure because there is so much to see, since it is a country that never sleeps. During my high school days, my goal was to go study abroad in Japan. Ten years later, here I was, 6,300 miles away from San Francisco, California

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    Globalization To Solve Japan's Prolonged Economic Stagnation: 2020 Tokyo Olympic, Establishment of Foreign Companies and Cultural Reform/Cultural Ramification Before Japan was globalized it was secluded from the rest of the world for nearly two centuries from1603 to 1868. This time period was called the Tokugawa Period. Even though Japan closed its ports to foreign trade, it was self sustainable and independent. This self sustainable society was maintained through its unique producer-consumer relationship

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  • Japan Research Paper

    Running head: GLOBAL BUSINESS CULTURAL ANALYSIS: JAPAN Global Business Cultural Analysis: Japan Albert G. Rodriguez Liberty University Abstract Japan is very similar and very unlike the US. It was amazing to research so many different aspects of one country. The major elements of this country are its culture and how these affect the country itself. How the people process these elements is very important and this is how the Japanese culture develops. From here we move on to see how this compares

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  • Japan Auto

    “Endaka” which literally translates to “high yen”. Prior to 1985, Japanese auto manufacturers had built an extremely profitable business model primarily based on the exportation of their products to foreign countries. The economic impact of the global oil shocks of 1973 and 1979 resulted in a shift in consumer appetite towards the lighter, more fuel efficient, better designed and more cost effective cars offered by the Japanese. The success of the Japanese automakers during this period was met

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    Japan at this age of time was an isolated island that and it was still adopting culture but had its own culture of farming and at this time the island had no cities. It was at this period of time that Japanese had adopted the weaving and art culture from the Chinese and also their government system. There was also external influence especially in governance when Korean soldiers arrived and started administering in the island. The major influence that was experienced in Japan was the introduction

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  • Japan Studies

    Final Report Japanese Human Geography “Working mom” in Japan According to the Japan Times, in the recent survey, it is found that 40 percent of respondents in their 20s to 40s believe husbands should work full time while their wives stay at home. Of all the male respondents, more than 64 percent said women should concentrate on parenting while their children are very young, and surprisingly, female respondents who supported that view reached 71 percent. The number of total respondents was

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    is the most famous Japanese dish of Japan. It consists of cooked vinegared rice combined with other ingredients like seafood, vegetables and sometimes tropical fruits. There are many different types of sushi. Some popular ones are: Nigiri - sushi rice and fresh fish , Gunkan – seaweed and cavier , Temaki – hand rolled sushi,.... Ramen: Ramen is a noodle soup dish that was originally imported from China and has become one of the most popular dishes in Japan in recent decades. Ramen are inexpensive

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  • Kfc Japan

    Case Study – KFC Japan INTRODUCTION Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) was set up by Harland Sanders. In the first decades of the enterprise there were no management systems or strategic controls. However, it worked fine in the beginning, mainly because for launching new franchises an entrepreneurial spark was fundamental. Nevertheless, the company grew and after suffering declines in sales and profits the implementation of strategic planning, which was introduced by Michael Miles in late 1975, seemed

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  • Kfc Japan

    KFC-Japan history from the beginning gives a good picture of the different existing ways of managing subsidiaries. Lessons learned from successive managers can help us to identify what is the best way of seizing external opportunities in a given situation. The dilemmas KFC is facing at the different stages of her history which can be represented with the three stages theory describes well the organizational and operational challenges usually faced by a “transnational” company. Each appointed

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    Question #1 Ancient Japan throughout history has been regarded as an autonomous and sovereign country, which successfully rid themselves from the influences of the Western world and the Asian mainland before the arrival of Commodore Matthew Perry in 1853. However, considering the origin of the nation’s religion, livelihood, and trade system, this statement may not be as accurate as believed by today’s society. Every civilization is influenced—at least in some aspect—from other empires, even an island

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  • Nursing Assessment Global Outbreak

    Measles Outbreak Measles is a very contagious respiratory illness caused by rubeola virus that is transmitted by contact with mucus or air born droplets (“Measles”, 2015). Because of the mode of transmission, it is very contagious. Even more concerning is that people are contagious even before symptoms begin (“Stanhope”, 2006). The symptoms are similar to many other viruses like the flu to include coughing, sneezing, runny nose, fever, and blood shot eyes. Two identifying factors are a body rash

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    Perspectives of Japan William Earl Barnes Jr. Abstract Japan is an island country sited east of the mainland of Asia. It is made up of a long, slender group of islands. The four main islands are Honshu (the largest), Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku. There are more than three thousand smaller islands. Together, they have about the identical land area as the state of California. Across the Sea of Japan to its north and west are Russia and South Korea. To the east, where the sun rises, Japan borders the

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  • Pest Japan

    PEST ANALYSIS OF JAPAN. Submitted To: Sir Faiez H. Sayel Submitted By: Ali Ahmad Majoka 006 Ifrah Javaid 045 Muhammad Habibullah 084 Nayab Ameen 115 Sharjeel Arslan 139 Zahid Yousaf 166 Qaiser Abbas 175 Section: MBA-13C COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore PEST Analysis of Japan: Political analysis: • Political System: Japan is a democratic country

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    For Japan, China was the largest export market in 2009 (its share 18.9%, Source: Ministry of Finance Japan). China is a manufacturing base for Japan. For cost reduction, many Japanese companies set up their own factories in China. Since these factories cannot purchase all the parts locally, especially high-tech ones, Japan provides raw materials ,parts and manufacturing equipment to China and then these factories assemble and export them as finished goods to United States, Japan and so on. In

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