Economy of Japan

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  • Economic Development Of The Edo Period

    beginning of the Early Modern Japan. In the Edo period there were a significant economic developments and in my opinion the Tokugawa shogun period provide the foundation for modern economic growth in and after the Meiji period despite that the Japan economy couldn’t growth as rapid as the European one. However, there are a historical debates about the modern economic growth in the Edo period. According to them, there was no economic growth during the Edo period and the economy itself was…

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  • The Importance Of Abe's Nationalistic Approach To Japan

    Abe’s consistent nationalistic approach shows his determination for Japan to maximize its power; however, Abe has been a complicated politician since his economic policies differ from so-called nationalism. Abe is a neoliberal; yet, Abe’s economic policy is also a part of strategies for Japan to become a superpower. Global emphasis is the key world. Since his presidential inauguration, Abe has visited 49 countries by 2014 (Gabriel). One of the main purposes of his foreign trips is to trade…

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  • Japan's Economy From 1972 To 1989

    The economy of Japan grew rapidly in 1972 until 1989. It was known as the Japanese asset price bubble or Bubble Economy, which was represented high economic dominance of Japan. During the Bubble Economy, Japan was considered as rising force in the world of economy. Japan’s economic power was growing high to the point the whole world was paying attention to economy movement of Japan. However, it all went downhill in 1989, when the economic bubble disappeared. Then Japan entered whole era in 1989…

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  • Relationship Between Portugal And Japan

    SLIDE 2: The first relationship between Portugal and Japan started in 1543. The first explorers were Portuguese traders António Mota, Francisco Zeimoto and António Peixoto. When the Portuguese explorers arrived they landed in the southern archipelago of Japan. They were the first Europeans to discover Japan and established a relationship and trade with it. This was called the Nanban trade. The Portuguese and Japanese relationship and trade found the port of Nagasaki in 1571, through the deal of…

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  • Sushi The Global Catch By Susan Gale

    at disparities in resources and opportunities. Through several course readings and videos, the connections between these key concepts are evident. There are multiple different forms of economies that can be seen throughout the world. There are informal, formal, social, and cash economies. However, these economies are not mutually…

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  • Silver Economy Dbq

    Silver Effects on Social Life and Economy Trading by exchanging goods was the way countries had acquired foreign luxuries for a very long time. Mercantilism, the idea that there is a fixed amount of wealth in the world and to increase a country’s wealth, the country must take it, led to European countries exploring other parts of the world for “God, gold, and glory.” As a result, European countries started to colonize lands in the Indian Ocean and Latin America to gain control of trade routes…

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  • Vanuatu International Trade Case Study

    Trade Vanuatu is greatly dependent on its international trade due to its relatively undeveloped industry. The country’s economy is opening as imports are growing and exports (although there has been a strong decline due to the 2008 depression) are also generally on a growing path (see Graph 1). 9 Graph 1: Vanuatu imports and exports growth (in million €) 0 200 400 600 800 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Import ExportImports Imports total up to $242 million, commodities include…

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  • Japanese Culture Vs American Culture

    explaining the main differences between our economies, crime, and education systems. First let's delve a little into the economy. The traditional image of Asian countries is that they are relatively poor societies. Today Asian countries are building a huge middle class. Japan is a model among them. When it became a rich country it spread its wealth evenly throughout the country's population and that thinned the gap between poor and rich. Because Japan distributes the wealth equally the people…

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  • Japan In The 1980's

    In the 1980s, Japan was largely viewed as the world’s most powerful economies. Their economy exploded after three decades of growth, and they had risen to become the world’s second largest economy. Japanese companies were eliminating American industries, from automobiles to consumer electronics. Also, Japanese companies were purchasing assets in the United States, like movie studios, golf courses, and real estate. Their stock market, Nikkei, was booming during that year. Property prices had…

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  • Post Mao China Case Study

    the volume of foreign trade by opening up its markets, especially the purchase of machinery from Japan and the West. By participating in such export-led growth, China was able to speed up its economic development through foreign investment, a more open market, access to advanced technologies, and management experience. However, this freedom did not come easily. Deng…

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