Author: Kotaro Tsuru
Publisher: LTCB International Library Foundation
The Japanese economy is often considered unique. It is said, for example, that workers are “loyal,” and that business decision are influenced by banks and the government to a much greater extent than in other countries. Japanese companies are said to form corporate groups, within which a large portion of business transactions take place, contributing to the perception that Japan’s markets are closed.
For more information on the book, you may go to our Library OPAC here.