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  • Japan's Economy
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    Japan is one of the world's leading economic powers when concentrating on its Gross Domestic Product of four point two trillion United States dollars. Its economy is only second to the United States in terms of production. However, Japan has not always contained a relatively strong economy. The Japanese's economic strategies have boosted economy to new heights since its fall during the second world war because of their unorthodox manner of business etiquette, innovative strategy, and strong rela...
  • Japan's Businesses
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    INSIDE JAPAN INC. In 1960 Japan was ruled by the conservative LDP. Nabu ski Kitchie ran the LDP, a man who had been jailed as a war criminal during the occupation. His comeback can be attributed to his pre-war contacts in big business. Kitchie believed to survive Japans economy had to grow. I order to do so Japan's businesses had to be disciplined. Kitchie gave directives to the ministry to pass on to the heads of big business. These directives were much like orders from a general. Some Japanese...
  • Very Common Gift As Japanese Homes
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    Table of contents: o General Information on Japan Things to do and not to do about: - Appearance- Behavior- Manners- Communication- Gift Giving Conclusion General Information on Japan Japan has a population of approximately 125 million people packed tightly into a rather small geographic area. The official language in Japan is Japanese. Japanese is spoken only in Japan. The literacy rate in Japan is very close to 100 percent and 95 percent of the Japanese population has a high school education. ...
  • Age Requirements In Japan
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    A Report on Japanese Culture Folkways: While most countries have business cards, Japan has taken it to a higher level. For in Japan everyone has at least one. Known as 'Meishi', these cards are an important part of social interactions. They are used for starting conversations, for if you know what the other person you are talking with does for a living you have an idea on what to talk about. It also allows you to be remembered after you both part company. You should always be prepared with your ...
  • 5 9 6 1 Rating
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    Political Indicators Political Stability Rating: 2005: 1 2 3 4 5 6 72010: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Analysis: "Japan's current domestic goal is to strengthen the political party system. In recent years, a series of scandals have damaged the integrity of not only individual politicians, but also entire parties" (Fraser). Since the 1970's, there have been several changes in the government due to all the scandals. Since 1996, stability has been restored to the political system due to the election of Ryuturo Ha...
  • Difference Between U.S. And Japanese Business
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    INTRODUCTION Japan and the United States are both well-recognized nations in the business world. And both have been trade partners for several decades. However, there are many differences in business and social practices between these countries. Both countries do focus on excellence and competition in business. And social status and education also have a strong affect on probable success in the work world. But, there are a few differences in philosophy, cultural actions, and business practices. ...
  • Development Of Japan's Internet Markets
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    Demographics and World Commerce Paper Josephine L. BarralesGEO 150 Mr. Bruce Lee June 6, 2005 The recent development of the Internet has created a technological and commercial revolution throughout the world. By essentially shortening the distance between companies and consumers, the Internet has created a competitive global market unlike any other. Many countries are fighting hard to become major players in this potentially lucrative venue. Over the past five years, Western nations have had a c...
  • Domestic Cartels
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    Amid the world today, Japan is a weak link in the chain of the world economies. It is not the miracle it used to be. Japan, after the war, has made some decisions that caused some problems for the future. Those decisions ultimately caused the economic distress it is now striving to get out of. One such decision was the approval of the formation of cartels. This was enhanced with the government passing of the Industries Control Law. This law enable the cartels to control and establish fixed rates...
  • South Africa S Tourism Industry
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    Introduction With the rapid development of Australian tourism industry, as Australia!'s only remaining grand hotel with 140 years history, our business increased 20 percent over the last 5 years and has been a leading hotel for decades. At the same time, Australian local market has trended to be saturation. If we want to keep and surmount this growing tendency, expanding overseas markets is the best choice for the company. South Africa and Japan were selected as the destinations for our future i...

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