Japan in the Free World Economy: A Statement on National Policy by the Research and Policy Committee of the Committee for Economic Development

By Keizai Doyukai; United Nations Environment Programme | Go to book overview

CONTENTS
6. FOREWORDby T. O. Yntema
8. INTRODUCTION
12. ONE: REASONS FOR RESTRICTIONS ON JAPAN'S TRADE
Chart 1: Real Gross National Product 1955-196215
16. TWO: THE PRINCIPLES OF THE FREE WORLD ECONOMY
22. THREE: CHARACTERISTICS OF THE JAPANESE ECONOMY
Japan's present state of development22
Japanese wages24
Japan's dual economy25
Chart 2: Exports of Manufactures 1953 and 196126
Japan's growth, and trade27
Japan's balance of payments30
Chart 3: Japan's balance of payments with the U.S. and the world31
Chart 4: Japan's balance of payments by components, 1952-196232
Competition within the Japanese economy33
Chart 5: Targets of Japan's Ten Year Plan35
36. FOUR: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
An end to discrimination against Japan37
Chart 6: Direction of Japanese Trade 1959-196138
Chart 7: Commodity Classification of Japanese Trade, 1950-196139
Relaxation and removal of voluntary quotas40
The special case of cotton textiles41
Japanese elimination of quantitative restraints on imports43
General tariff reductions44
United States government procurement in Japan47
Japan's trade with the Sino-Soviet bloc47
Japanese removal of barriers to foreign investment49
Chart 8: Net Capital Outflow for U.S. Direct Investment
Abroad by Destination49
STATISTICAL APPENDIX
Table 1: Japan's Balance of Payments with the World, 1952-196254
Table 2: Japan's Balance of Payments with the United States, 1952-196255
Table 3: Selected Economic Statistics of Japan, 1935-197056
SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT -- Statement by Keizai Doyukai
( Japan Committee for Economic Development)

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