Are the Japanese Efficient?
It is a misconception in the West that, in all sectors of her economy, Japan is not just efficient, but superlatively and consistently so. Her huge trade surpluses in the mid-1980s pay tribute to her excellence in manufacturing and selling, but the success of the majority may conceal the failure of many.
KeywordsExchange Rate National Debt Japanese Industry Surplus Stock Labour Productivity Level
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