With the advent of Tokyo as one of the world's leading securities markets, the importance of uniform trade laws has become paramount. The author examines some of the cultural idiosyncrasies of doing business in the United States and Japan which may hinder this goal. He argues that these must be well understood before regulations creating a global market can be implemented.
Dan Fenno Henderson,
Security Markets in the United States and Japan: Distinctive Aspects Molded by Cultural, Social, Economic, and Political Differences,
14 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 263
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