The Long-range Corporate Plan of a Private Business Enterprise in Japan

  • M. Horimoto
Part of the International Economic Association Conference Volumes, Numbers 1–50 book series (IEA)


Under the system of a free market economy, private business enterprises are always faced with the problem of how to adjust themselves to given conditions which are beyond their control. If they are able to forecast correctly such uncontrollable conditions and consequently adapt themselves to them properly, the companies will possibly gain profits as expected; but if they fail they may suffer losses and, in the worst case, they may lose even the foundations of their businesses.


Cash Flow Debt Ratio Capital Expenditure Private Business Japanese Economy 
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© International Economic Association 1976

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