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

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INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY

Increasingly close relationships are being developed with independent, nonpolitical research organizations in other countries. These organizations are composed of businessmen and scholars, have objectives similar to those of CED, and pursue them by similarly objective methods. In several cases, agreements for reciprocal distribution of publications have developed out of this cooperation. Thus, the publications of the following international research organizations can now be obtained in the United States from CED:

CEDA Committee for Economic Development of Australia
342 Flinders Street
Melbourne, Victoria
CEMLA Centro de Estudios Monetarios Latinoamericanos
San Juan de Letran No. 2 -- Piso 32
Mexico 1, D. F.
CEPES Comitato Europeo per il Progresso Economico E Sociale
Piazzetta Bossi 2
Milan, Italy
CEPES Europäische Vereinigung für
Wirtschaftliche und Soziale Entwicklung
Schumannstrasse 62
Frankfurt A. M., Germany
CEPES Groupe National Français Comité Européen pour le
Progrès Economique et Social
25, Rue François 1er
Paris -- VIIIe, France
Keizai Doyukai
( Japan Committee for Economic Development)
Japan Industrial Club Bldg.
1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-Ku
Tokyo, Japan
PEP Political and Economic Planning
16 Queen Anne's Gate
London S.W. 1, England
SIE Seminarios de Investigación Económica
Arapiles, 14
Madrid -- 15, Spain
SNS Studieförbundet Näringsliv och Samhälle
Sköldungagatan 2,
Stockholm O, Sweden

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