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

The Board of Trustees of Keizai Doyukai
Chairman
TATSUZO MIZUKAMI President, Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
Co-Chairman
YOSHIMOTO NINOMIYA President, Toyo Soda Mfg. Co., Ltd.
Chairman, International Relations
YOSHIZANE IWASA Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors, the Fuji Bank, Ltd.

PREFACE

The Keizai Doyukai, or the Japan Committee for Economic Development, was organized by a group of active industrialists in Japan in April, 1946. It is a national organization composed of active leading business executives dedicated to achieving the proper and healthy development of a free enterprise economic system, enhancement of the national welfare and the building of a social environment that would help realize these goals. The activities and efforts of Keizai Doyukai have won full recognition and appreciation from the government, industries and people of Japan.

Establishment of a close cooperation in the spring of 1961 between the U. S. Committee for Economic Development and Keizai Doyukai is one of the most significant events in the annals of the international activities of Keizai Doyukai. Through the CED, friendly relations were also established with the similar organizations in France, West Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Sweden and Australia. No doubt, these relations have served to raise the international standing of Keizai Doyukai, too.

Now, we the members of the Policy and Program Committee and the Board of Trustees of Keizai Doyukai are very happy to present here, with approval by the other members of Keizai Doyukai, a national policy statement, "Japan in the World Economy," and have it published jointly with a policy statement, "Japan in the Free World Economy," prepared by the U. S. Committee for Economic Development. We wish to extend our heartiest appreciation to our colleagues in the CED for their frank comments and opinions expressed during our joint conferences both in the United States and in Japan, and also for their helpful cooperation between those conferences on the jointly organized project, "Japan in the World Economy," so important to both of us.

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