Japan's New Economic Strategy in the Asia-Pacific Region and the Direction of Sino-Japanese Relations
>i>Precis:>/i> After changes in the domestic and international economic environment, Japan has entered a new period in which its foreign economic strategy is focused on the Asia-Pacific region. The major thrust of this strategy is to expand direct investment and trade in the region and, through reinforcing economic cooperation with countries there, to build a new economic system with Japan at its core. Needless to say, the formation and implementation of Japan's new strategy for the 1990s is bound to affect Sino-Japanese economic and trade cooperation and entails both favorable and unfavorable aspects for China.
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Volume (Year): 27 (1994)
Issue (Month): 4 (July)
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