Trading Places

Trading Places

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Prestowitz Jr., Clyde V. Basic Books, 1988
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Few, if any, American companies can compete in industries the Japanese deem important. Japan's social and industrial structure has made it a very difficult market to penetrate. While America embraces free trade and looks to consumption as the main economic engine, Japan has focused on production and dominance of key industries to enhance its strategic position.