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By Malcolm Trevor (auth.), Dr. Arne Holzhausen (eds.)

ISBN-10: 366211285X

ISBN-13: 9783662112854

ISBN-10: 3790824852

ISBN-13: 9783790824858

Japan's inner most recession because the moment global struggle has come to an result in 2000. but, the duty of reforming Japan is much from accomplished. the present political go with the flow has introduced deregulation to a untimely finish placing the nonetheless susceptible restoration in danger. What structural adjustments have already taken position? What vital reforms must be undertaken sooner or later?
The contributions of the e-book make clear the transitional course of the japanese method amid fast globalization. Can Japan Globalize? covers a wide diversity of components from macro- and micro-economic constructions to political and social relations.

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On the other hand, the less it has this ability, the more frequent and heavier the government's intervention is likely to be. This kind of relationship between an industry'S self-regulating or self-adjusting capability and government interference in its affairs, which has been borne out by our case studies on the electric power and petroleum industries, can be expected to be observed in many other industries as well. \0 11 It should be kept in mind, however, that the self-regulating capability of the electric power industry in the 1930s had its limitations, as is evident from the fact that Matsunaga's proposals had to wait a few more decades before being fully realized.

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Typical examples of the government intervention under this law included a quota system for the sale of petroleum products and a system of placing oil refiners and importers under obligation to maintain stocks of oil against emergencies. The new Petroleum Industry Law of 1962 was designed to allow the government to continue intervening in the industry. It gave the government much leverage, including the authority to approve oil refining companies' proposals for building or expanding facilities, the authority to take steps to readjust the industry's output, and the authority to set the standard price.

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