Bill Emmott (Author). Japan has become an economic force by manufacturing high quality products cheaply, but the products themselves were invented elsewhere, mostly in US or Germany.
Bill Emmott (Author). This was double trouble because there were several other nations (Korea, Taiwan, et. with equally disciplined labor corps, capable of meeting the same quality standards, and willing to work for lower wages.
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Japan's Global Reach: The Influences, Strategies, and Weaknesses of Japan's Multinational Companies.
The Sun Also Sets: Why Japan Will Not Be Number One. London: Simon & Schuster. Japan's Global Reach: The Influences, Strategies, and Weaknesses of Japan's Multinational Companies. Japanophobia: The Myth of the Invincible Japanese. New York: Times Books. Kanryo no Taizai (in Japanese). Translated by Chikara Suzuki.
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Although acknowledging the current ascendancy of Japan in global economics, Emmott finds that changes already under way in the Japanese economy (increased consumer demand, the appreciation of the yen).
Although acknowledging the current ascendancy of Japan in global economics, Emmott finds that changes already under way in the Japanese economy (increased consumer demand, the appreciation of the yen) and in the Japanese life style (more conspicuous consumption), combined with Japan's hesitancy to become a world-class military power (and especially a nuclear power), ensure that Japan will not become a world, dominant superpower. The author goes on to detail steps that America must take to guarantee its continuing leadership of the world economy: in all, then, a cogent, informed forecast.
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Bill Emmott offers a compelling portrait of modern Japan, and shows why, contrary to currect projections, the Japanese will not retain economic preeminence. Advertising in The Wall Street Journal.
The Sun Also Sets: The Limits to Japan's Economic Power as well as 20:21 Vision: Twentieth-Century Lessons for the Twenty-First Century, Japanophobia: The Myth of the Invincible Japanese and his most recent book Rivals: How the Power Struggle Between China, India and Japan Will Shape our Next Decade.
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