In 1977 the United States' bilateral trade deficit with Japan was over 8 billion dollars, roughly forty percent of the United States' overall trade deficit for that year. In this introductory article, the author examines the nationalistic orientation of the business government alliance established during the Meiji Era, the government validation process and the five steps of the post-war capital liberalization program. The article concludes with a brief analysis of prospects for the future.
Hobart McK Birmingham,
Japanese Postwar Attitudes towards International Trade and Investment,
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