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ekonomiskt starkaste länderna I världen. Starkare är bara USA. Ingen har råd att låna så mycket pengar till anda länder som Japan. Japan har det största handels överskott, därför att Japanska varor säljs så framgångsrikt över hela världen. Tokyos börsmarknad, där aktier och värdepapper från hela världen köps och säljs, är till och med större än New Yorks. Nio av världens största banker är Japanska. Japan har blivit en ekonomisk stormakt. Men japanerna själva tänker på Japan som ett litet, sårbart land. Japans rikedom har kommit pl
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PEST ANALYSIS OF JAPAN.
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COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Lahore
PEST Analysis of Japan:
• Political System:
Japan is a democratic country, but it is a very different kind of democracy to that prevailing in most of Europe in countries like France and Germany. The
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History of Japan & Understanding the Communication System.
Culture is “more often a source of conflict than of synergy. Cultural differences are a nuisance at best and often a disaster” (ITIM International, 2003). Communication across culture is not an easy assignment for an international manager to learn within a short period of time especially it is an ongoing learning process. Communication is “a process of shared meaning by transmitting messages through media such as word, behavior, or material artifacts” (Deresky, 2008). Language discrepancies are an obvious factor. Likewise important are people skill as well as understanding and adapting to the social and working etiquette’s
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The text, “Fujiwara and Murakami Genji as Assistants to Emperors” was written by Chikafusa, a couple of years after the Period Kamakura Japan (1180 to 1133) and went into the Kenmu Restoration period. This period was marked by the rise of militarism that attempted to make Japan a centralized government. During this time the imperial line remained unchallenged and exercised a vast amount of power. In 1333, the Kamakura shogunate was overthrown by warrior forces and Go-Daigo became the emperor .
Go-Daigo belonged to a branch of the Fuijiwara house. He believed that the overthrow of the shogunate was a sign to revive what he believed was the most efficient form of government, the
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Japan Airline : Impact of E-Ticketing
ï± During the 1990s, Internet usage doubled and inspired the â€œe-commerce revolutionâ€ bringing changes to business fundamentals and sources of competitive advantage. ï± E-commerce implementation resulted in lower costs and increased direct interaction between a business and its customers, supplier, service providers, employees and other parties in the value chain.
DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY
ï± Disintermediation and Re-intermediation ï± Introduction of e-ticketing ï± Computerized Reservation Systems ï± E-Ticketing in North America and Asia ï± Interline e-Travel
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The UN's nuclear agency said four nuclear power plants had shut down safely.
Measured at 8.9 by the US Geological Survey, it struck at 1446 local time (0546 GMT) at a depth of about 24km.
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Japan quake: video reports
Quake: Wave forecast map
The tsunami rolled across the Pacific at 800km/h (500mph) - as fast as a jetliner - before hitting Hawaii and the US West Coast, but there were no reports of major damage from those regions.
Thousands of people were ordered to evacuate coastal areas in the states of California, Oregon and Washington.
The biggest waves of more than 6-7ft (about 2m) were recorded near California's Crescent City, said
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CASE STUDY: AMWAY JAPAN LIMITED
With net sales at 1.3% forecasted growth over last year and net income at a 6.8% forecasted decrease, Amway Japan Limited (AJL) is not on target to reach its goal of Â¥300Billion in sales by 2000. AJL must focus on reducing its operational costs and increasing its sales by implementing several strategies in the areas of finance, advertising, marketing, product development, education and communication within the organization as well as overall management of their distributor relationships.
To address the critical issues facing AJL, we recommend implementing a series of short-term initiatives to increase sales and recommend developing a
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Running Shoes Vs Walking Shoes
At first glance, walking and running seem to be very similar. But when you look very closely at the two activities and the demands they place on your feet and your footwear, the two are really different. There are so many different aspects as far as the need for two different types of shoes. Although running shoes and walking shoes are thought to be the same there are differences that affect the need for, and the design of, two very different styles of shoes.
Traditionally, walking shoes are available in white, or in shades of white and pink as far as it
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National Competitiveness of Japan
Japan is the third largest economy. It had been so successful and competitive before 1990. It has been in stagnation for two decades. This paper is going to examine if Japan still retains her national competitive advantage and as an attractive place for MNE from different internal analysis. There will be suggestions of how Japan can improve her international competitiveness.
Japan had experienced tremendously economic growth after World War II until 1980s. Nikkei stock market index has experienced a high hit of 40,000 in Year 1989. After the appreciation of yen, mistakes in fiscal policy and a serious bubble economy in 1990s
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Japan is the Worlds largest aid donor, and Japan provides much of this aid to Turkey. It invests in Turkey because in the Middle East, Turkey is the only democratic country. Turkey is a developing country with a stable government so it is a good investment. Further, Japan does not have a strong army; therefore, Japan wants Turkeys partnership because Turkey has strong military power. However, to specifically understand the reasons for Japanese aid to Turkey, one must first analyze Japans aid policy and then specifically her aid policy towards the Middle East and Turkey.Long (1999) argued that conventional wisdom views Japanese economic assistance as either a response to
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In the following paper I will be examining the process of economic development in Japan. I begin with their history in the Meiji period and how that effected their great success in the postwar development. Then I will go through the different economic stages of economic development in postwar Japan. I will examine the high periods and low period in Japan economics, and the factors behind these shifts in development. Last I will give a conclusion and where I believe Japan economy will be in the future.
To understand Japan economic boom after the war you must also look at there history. Without the creation of the industrial economy during the Meiji Japan this economic growth
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World War II was a bloody world war that involved multiple nations and multiple actors, but in this Research Paper, I will be discussing the role of Japan in WWII as well as the short term and long term consequences of said role.
Today Japan and the United States are close allies, but from 1941 and 1945, they fought a bitter and bloody war-Why did they fight this war? The answer to that question, from the American perspective is simple: the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. The Americans were angry at the Japanese for their invasions of first Manchuria (1931), then China (1937), and later French Indochina (1940). After the Japanese moved into Indochina, President Roosevelt ordered a trade
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Cultural Evaluation - Japan
Andrea Midy, LaToya Young, Megan Masini, Walter Overton, Mona Laventure
March 3, 2013
Cultural Evaluation - Japan
Japanese culture is very diverse from that of American culture. Japan is a country with approximately 125 million people packed very tightly in a small area. By nature they are an introverted people and are generally not receptive to people outside of their culture. Much like in India, Japanese business relies heavily on loyalty and established relationships.
Comparing Japan to that of the United States and how we interact culturally is like comparing apples to oranges. One of the biggest differences
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When in a meeting or large gathering, DO NOT introduce yourself. Wait for your superior or co-employee to introduce you to the other employees and then you state your position in the company and bow as a sign of greeting and respect.
It is improper to make excuses when you did something wrong at your work. Apologize, bow your head and promise to meet future expectations.
Saving face is crucial in Japan (Avramova, 2015). It is unnatural to scold an employee in front of other employees. This incident is usually called for a private conversation.
When working hour ends, and your co-employees invite you for drinking or socialization. DO NOT decline the invitation. This is to establish a
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Toys “R” Us Japan (Case No. 3)
I. Problem Statement:
Eager to enter the world´s second largest toy market, Toys “R” Us executives begin in the late 1980s to formulate strategies for opening large discount toy stores in Japan. However, the American company faced setbacks due to Japanese store-size regulation, application procedures, and a long-standing multi-layered distribution system. Continued effort and the acceptance of a Japanese partner enabled the company to prepare for the opening of a Toys “R” Us outlet in 1991. Faced with a lack of direct distribution deals and high land and labor costs, executives of Toys “R” Us Japan worried about the ultimate success of their new venture
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“Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu
The Faculty of Economics
Master in Business Management, C1
Doing Business in Japan
Japan is an island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south. The characters that make up Japan's
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Case Study: Kelly's Assignment in Japan
1. The Japanese culture and customs are very different from what Kelly was used to in the United States. Within the case, the biggest issue with the Japanese businessmen that Kelly saw was the issue of being a woman. With the Japanese culture, many Japanese men do not relate easily to women with authority. This presented a major problem with kelly as she was seen more as an "office lady" then the program manager of her start up internet services company. Her talent as a manager was being overlooked due to their culture. Women in Japan between the ages of 25-30 tend to leave the workplace to start families and may return eventually to a part-time
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3.1 Powers exercised via the Emperor
3.2 Explicit powers
4. Current Cabinet of Japan
The Cabinet of Japan is the executive branch of the government of Japan. It consists of the Prime Minister, who is appointed by the Emperor after being designated by the National Diet, and up to nineteen other members, called Ministers of State. The Prime Minister is designated by the Diet, and the remaining ministers are appointed and dismissed by the Prime Minister. The Cabinet is collectively responsible to the Diet and must resign if a motion of no confidence is adopted by the Diet.
The modern Cabinet was
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Japan’s tough economic development of the 1980s ended at the start of the 1990s. At the end of 1980s, irregularities inside the Japanese economic organization had qualified a hypothetical asset price bubble of massive scale by Japanese enterprises, banks and securities corporations. The mixture of extremely high land prices and low interest rates temporarily caused sharp liquidity of the market. This led to enormous borrowing and strong investment mainly in domestic and global stocks and securities. Realizing that this bubble was unsupportable, the Finance Ministry of JAPAN precisely increased interest rates in late 1980’s. This severe course of action metaphorically bursted the bubble, and
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The teaching culture in Japan differs greatly from that of schools in the West. Teachers are particularly concerned about developing the holistic child and focus on matters such as personal hygiene, nutrition, sleep which are not ordinarily thought of as part of the teacher's duties in the west. Students are taught proper manners, how to speak politely and how to address adults as well as how to relate to their peers in the appropriate manner. They also learn public speaking skills through class meetings as well as many school events during the school year.
Adults view children that have problems with group behavior and interpersonal relationships as the deviant ones. Adults
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Merrill Lynch in Japan
April 4, 2011
Merrill Lynch’s first endeavor to penetrate the market of Japan was unsuccessful because their marketplace was not synchronized to acknowledge international companies. However, in 1997 the situation changed in the World Trade Organization (WTO) contract for enhancing overseas firms to promote financial services to national investors. This was the beginning of a new age in the global market. Previous experience made investors hesitate to come into the Japanese market, but also made it abundantly clear that effects have changed with a enormous amount of assets and an open market owned by households in
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CHAPTER 15 • LEADERSHIP AND EMPLOYEE BEHAVIOR IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Part 3 Closing Cases
Ben & Jerry’s—Japan
On an autumn evening in Tokyo in 1997, Perry Odak, Angelo Pezzani, Bruce Bowman, and Riv Hight gratefully accepted the hot steaming oshibori towels their kimonobedecked waitress quietly offered. It had been just over nine months since Odak had committed to resolving the conundrum of whether to introduce Ben & Jerry’s ice cream to the Japanese market and, if so, how. The next morning would be their last chance to hammer out the details for a market entry through 7-Eleven’s 7,000 stores in Japan or to give the goahead to Ken
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by ‘Enlightenment Champagne’, involvement of French trademark authorities etc., make there product defendable. Partnership with local artist and Limited edition products has demonstrated that Product Line up and innovation are very strong parts of ‘LV’ business model in Japan.
Price – Market Demands “Low Price”, this is achieved by reducing costs and off-shoring production to China and elsewhere. Louis Vuitton handbags, on the other hand, are priced high. Such high prices are unnecessary for merely stowing and carrying things. In essence, the Louis Vuitton difference is value, not price—this being absolute value, not relative value. Many of the principles for Price were innovations that
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During WW2, Japan had one of the most terrifying weapons at sea and on land. They had Kamikazes, people who killed themselves while doing damage to troops or ships. Hearing BANZI in the jungle was something that scared many Allie troops. Although this was the most famous Japanese tactic in the war there were other types of weapons that many people have yet to hear about even after 50 years after the war. These weapons include the unmanned fire balloons, Kamikaze subs, and the dirty nuke they almost had.
The Japanese launched balloons while they were being pushed back into a “minimum defense area. Their main purpose was to set fire to farms, cities, and forests and carried anti personnel
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By the time Buddhism entered Japan in the sixth century C.E., it had already become a world religion with a history of a thousand years. The form of Buddhism that from the start was dominant in Japan is known as Mahayana, the Buddhism of the Greater Vehicle, and it brought with it an enormous canon of religious literature, an elaborate body of doctrine, a well-organized priesthood, and a dazzling tradition of religious art and architecture - all of which Shintô lacked in the sixth century. Although its view of the world and mankind differed markedly from that of Shintô, it is important to understand that within the teachings of Mahayana Buddhism both differences from and similarities to the
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Political Economy of Japan, 2013 - First Paper
There is no doubt that the LDP (Liberal Democratic Party), the bureaucrats and the Big Business had critical importance on the Japanese catching-up system, who makes possible to recovery the country´s economy after the World War II and turn Japan in one of the most important economies of the world. The government coordinated several measures to promote the recovery, in a process initiated during the USA intervention period and who’s continued after the ascension of the LDP to the power, condition who was sustained by the party until the beginning of the 1990´s.
A brief look at this long period of the LDP as the strongest party in Japan
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Business Culture in Japan “Different types of Corporate Culture”
Michelle Hufman 20723
Submitted to Mr. Teruji Suzuki Date xx-01-2012 Academic Year 2011/2012 Semester: Fall
«Japan's corporate culture is the product of uniquely Japanese social and Historical influences, so deeply rooted as to easily repel outside influences but Japanese corporations need to change their basic goals....»
This essay will discuss nature of corporate culture in Japan, and why change is needed. Findings The Japanese business culture has been described by Beedham as a Culture that acts like a clan, in that there is a large amount of authority given to the man at the top, and in the commitment that is
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Japan is the 2nd largest economy based on gross domestic product which stands at $34,000.00 per capita. The unemployment rate is one of the lowest at 4%.
This indicates that there is a good standard of living, most of the population are employed, thus the population has disposable income and can spend on luxury items such as sea-doos. Japan has a strong currency which trades 1 JPY for 0.121 CAD. The economic stability and strong currency provides a sound investment platform for global businesses.
Target Market Size:
Japan has an overall population of 127,078,679. 64.3% of the population are between the ages of 15 to 64, which incorporates our target market age
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Overview of the Japan-REIT Market: REITs in Japan are getting a significant portion among twenty-one countries in the world, with the fifth largest market capitalization of 36.5 billion U.S. dollars, which constitutes around a 6% share of the global REIT market as of March 2012. However, because the REIT market in Japan has only an eight and a half year history, and many of the research works on the market have been limited in Japanese, its characteristics have not become widely known to the world.
When REITs are viewed as equity, investors will often leave the sector to their equity groups and, rather than funding an independent allocation, may accept the exposure they get naturally
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1. In order to analyse the business’ competitive advantage, an appropriate model needs to be used where the different aspects of the business can be categorised and broken down into smaller sections in order to gain a more detailed view. The below analysis is based on Porter’s 5 competitive forces model along with a value chain model that shows how value is created in different stages of the product/service’s cycle, in addition to other support services of the business that complement these direct value adding stages.
The first stage of Porter’s model is the threat of new competitors to the market that the company is currently competing in. The first of the new competitors against Japan
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Indeed, the principles of Containment were central to Truman’s decision in the summer of 1950. Containment had proved a success in Europe, most notably in Greece and Berlin, thus America decided to once again use its power and influence, especially economic, to defend the independence of countries threatened by the expansion of Communism. America were under the assumption that North Korea’s leader Kim Il Sung was simply a puppet of Moscow, and thus in halting Kim Il Sung, Stalin would have been taught a lesson.
Truman’s response to the invasion of North Korea, was also shaped by what had been learnt in the pre second world war days, where aggression by Germany in Europe and Japan in
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Leadership style analysis for Poland and Japan
GLOBE findings show how cultural values and beliefs affect doing business in a certain part of the world. According to GLOBE, cultural dissimilarities, as well as different leadership styles, can be noticed even in the same country. That is why GLOBE classifies societies in 10 cultural clusters and nine cultural dimensions, by using earlier findings by Hofstede, Schwartz, Smith, Inglehart, and others.
Japan falls in the cultural cluster with a name of “Confucian Asia”. Before getting into details about the culture of this country, we would need to identify the word “Confucian” in its context. According to Human Resource Development
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Psychological impacts of Japan earthquake could linger for years
The Japanese are beginning to pick up the pieces after Friday's earthquake -- but it could take much longer for their society to heal
Alexandra Pope, staff writer
March 13, 2011 — As victims of Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami begin the long process of picking up the pieces, an expert on the country's culture and society says the psychological impacts of the disaster could be felt for generations.
It could be years before the full extent of the earthquake's impacts are known
The physical aftershocks of Friday's deadly magnitude 8.9 earthquake and subsequent tsunami could continue to rattle northern
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The nineteenth century was a turbulent time of western imperialism and a major Asian power shift. European powers and the United States had a destabilizing effect on the region and the choices Japan and China made in response their imposing expansion was a major contributor to the trajectory of their respective futures. Social factors, such as the differences in national and religious unity, also played a role in the how the two nations emerged from the Age of Imperialism.
European trade with China was historically restricted. In 1793, emperor Qianlong denied King George III's request for fewer trade restrictions by declaring, “Our Celestial Empire possesses all things in prolific
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The occupation of Japan was, from the beginning to the end, an American operation.
General Douglas MacArthur, sole supreme commander of the Allied Power was
in charge of it. The Americans had insufficient men to make a military
government of Japan possible; so they decided to act through the existing
Japanese government. General Mac Arthur became, except in name, dictator
of Japan. He imposed his will on Japan. Demilitarisation was speedily
carried out, demobilisation of the former imperial forces was completed by
Japan was extensively fire bombed during the second world war. The
stench of sewer gas, rotting garbage, and the acrid smell of
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JAPANJapan officially the State of Japan is an island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south. The characters that make up Japan's name mean "sun-origin" which is why Japan is sometimes referred to as the "Land of the Rising Sun". | BANGLADESHBangladesh officially the People's Republic of Bangladesh is a country in South Asia, located on the fertile Bengal delta. It is bordered by the Republic of India to its north, west and east, by the Union of Myanmar (Burma) to its south
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The Japanese are constantly affected by the Group mentality 24 hours a day. Every day and in every way he/she is a group member. Everybody in Japan belongs to some kind of a group. He/she go to school they belong to school group, or the name of his company, family group, community. In addition to oral self-introduction, the Japanese rely heavily on the use of meishi (name cards) to indicate where they belong. A typical name card contains the user's name, place of employment, office or rank, and home address. The name card is so important for self-introduction that one cannot do without it in Japan if one wants to become know or trusted by a group of strangers. If you go to school you would
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Intercultural communications is often marked by the impact of cultural differences on communication, commonly resulting in miscommunication or misunderstanding. This paper examines the challenges influencing intercultural communications between the Japanese and the Americans. In its conclusion, it emphasizes on the sensitivity to the mentioned cultural differences in order to create harmony and understanding amongst people with different ethnic backgrounds.
Intercultural Communications between the United States and Japan
According to Dima (1990), intercultural communication refers to the exchange of ideas between people
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Charles Dunn's book Everyday Life in Traditional Japan is extremely detailed in every aspect of Tokugawa Japan. It portrays Japanese society as divided by social classes, but also I think it was this particular division that made Japan the cohesive nation that it was. Dunn also portrays how each class was divided within itself and how it was also a well oiled machine.The importance's of each class in Japan at the time was different as we would see it in the western approach to it. The farmers were probably the single most important social class, which also comprised of the most population. The farmers grew the rice, which made the country run. Everything was based on rice, currency, wages
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Imperialism is the imposition of one nation's government, culture and economic needs on another nation or territory. In Japan, imperialism meant the desire to form an expansionist policy on the nations and areas surrounding it. Although Japan's main imperialist aims were endeavoured during the Second World War, their imperialist ambitions are evident from as early as 1894, during the Sino-Japanese War with China where it gained much influence in Manchuria and Shandong. In 1895 Japan took control of the island of Formosa (modern day Taiwan), in 1905 Japan seized control of Karafutu from the outskirts of Russia, and in 1910, after victory in the Russo-Japanese War, Japan annexed Korea, which
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David HarveyAlmondHonors World CivilizationsPeriod: 2Discrimination of the Ainu in JapanThe Ainu (meaning "human" or "us") are an indigenous minority group who live in Japan and parts of Eastern Russia. According to Ainu legend, the Ainu came to Japan over 100,000 years before the current "Yamato" Japanese people arrived. Despite the fact that the Ainu have a longer history than the ethnic Japanese people themselves, they are still discriminated against to this day.Origin of the AinuThere have always been many different theories about the Ainu's origin. Some of these theories stated that the Ainu came from Oceania or isolated islands from other regions; from Europe and that they were of
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The Difference in Technology in China and Japan
In the past years China and Japan have been neck and neck in developing very good technology, but Japan and China have stepped up with more or less definitive declarations of intent. Now authors have emphasized that they both have grown more complicated. Some of the problems with both of them are that the international politics and the domestic may affect the industry in some ways.
Japan has been pioneering many new technologies in ASDL. Japan was one of the words early adopters of broadband internet Even though Japan lost to china they still continued to grow. Last year Japan lost its number one global ranking to china. ASDL has a
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Marketing profiles of two countries Australia and Japan Introduction: Marketing Strategy in both Australia and Japan can be very different, marketer will have to take into consideration different aspects such as economy political environment, trade barriers, infrastructure, culture, technology and business environment to market their product successful in this two countries, below here my aim is to examine some of the criteria that marketers will have to think about to be successful in this two countries.Investment climate: The economy of both Australia and Japan is open to the foreign investment. The government of Japan imposes few formal restrictions on FDI in Japan and has removed most
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1. Japan 4
2. France 6
Japan and France both observed a slow decrease in the union participation ratio, to reach today respectively 18,5% and 8%. In spite of this low participation rate, the labor unions in France often raise their voice and have a considerable power, but it appeared to me that in Japan this is not a topic often seen in the media. This led me to choose this topic in order to learn more about the current situation.
In spite of the similar situation of low participation ratio in France and Japan, their characteristics and methods can be considered as opposite
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An Economic Comparison of
South Korea and Japan have had a close relationship from ancient history to the present day. Because of this reason, their economic growth and development have similarities and disparate differences. This paper will discuss some of the two countries’ major characteristics including geographic, social, and political characteristics and look at their histories and economies.
Another reason that it is natural to compare them is their economic growth has mirrored one another. Both emerged from a war with its economy devastated and its infrastructure in ruins. Both countries changed with the
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Fast food is much popularized in peopleâ€™s life these days. Fast food restaurant, such as McDonaldâ€™s, KFC can be seen everywhere in down town. In fact, the number of fast food restaurant, especially McDonaldâ€™s, has been increased rapidly in Japan. After the McDonaldâ€™s opened first Japanese branch in Tokyo in 1971, the number of restaurants has been grown consistently so reached about 3000 by 1999. This mean the life without fast food is impossible in Japan. Every Japanese might have eaten fast food at least once. People can wonder why fast food is so popular and influential in Japan. Fast food has become popular in Japan since it is convenient, delicious and can experience something
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This report examines differences and similarities of Japan and the United States cultural and presents suggestions for improving cultural. Thus, countries culture can mean comparing and understanding the patterns, interactions, communication and dealings. Moreover, because traditions and business customs have become growing confrontation on behavior in crossing international boundaries, major changes are essential. In addition, to improve culture differences, my recommendations on becoming knowledgeable on country’s business meetings, time, business attire, etiquette and behavior, decision-making styles, women in the workplace, gift giving, handshakes, business cards, English
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In The Origins of the Second World War in Asia and the Pacific, Akira Iriye discusses the significance of Japan's incursions into China's Manchuria province. He examines the world's political structure at the time as well as its subsequent reaction to this act, not forgetting the domestic politics of Japan and China at the time. He also attempts to explain why the "West" seemed to shift so suddenly from tacit support of Japanese control of Manchuria to outright war with the former, a great far eastern power. In this work, the author seems to contend that the war that would take place in Asia and the Pacific would be inextricably linked to Europe's jostling of power and its coming
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Japan has the oldest life expectancy in the world. That means people in Japan live a really really long time. Men live to 79 years old. Women live a little over 86 years old. What in the world causes Japanese people to live so long?
After WWII, Japan had one of the lowest life expectancies in the world, which suggests it’s not genetics that keeps them alive for so long (the guy in the picture above just turned 113). It’s not even that Japanese people visit doctors 12+ times a year. The answer is something else, and it’s something you can do as well to increase your own life expectancy (and get healthier, too)
The Japanese Diet
I’m no diet expert, but I can tell you that the things Japanese