Contrasting Perspectives on American and European Direct Investment in Japan
CONCERN in the United States, and increasingly in Europe, with regard to barriers facing foreign companies in Japan has heightened interest in the trade and investment climate for foreign firms seeking greater access to the Japanese market.
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