Regional cooperation for improvement of trade procedures: The case of Japan
The main focus of this study is to examine the level of simplification and harmonization of trade facilitation during import and export of products identified to and from Japan. Specifically, the study looks into administrative requirements and procedures, the length of time it takes to deliver a product, and the costs involved in transporting and clearing a product at the port of entry or exit.
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- Christina L. Ahmadjian & James R. Lincoln, 2001. "Keiretsu, Governance, and Learning: Case Studies in Change from the Japanese Automotive Industry," Organization Science, INFORMS, vol. 12(6), pages 683-701, December.
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