US-Japan Civil Aviation: Prospects for Progress
AbstractCivil aviation has always been an industry rife with trade disputes between the United States and Japan. International civil aviation is currently regulated through a series of bilateral treaties. In 1997, negotiations will be conducted on the US-Japan civil aviation treaty. The Institute for International Economics in Washington, D.C. held a dinner on February 13, 1997 entitled "US-Japan Civil Aviation: Prospects for Progress". The key speakers were Dr. Hirotaka Yamauchi from Hitotsubashi University, U.S. Department of Transportation Deputy Assistant Secretary Patrick Murphy and Dr. Christopher Findlay from the University of Adelaide.
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