Japan's Computer and Communications Industry: The Evolution of Industrial Giants and Global Competitiveness

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LIST OF TABLES
1.1 Japan's exports by value, 1980 and 19919
1.2 The comparative strength of Japanese companies in selected US markets, 199013
1.3 Foreign sales ratios for selected companies, early 1990s20
2.1 Payment to foreign companies for automatic switches by the Ministry of Communications, 1925-192936
2.2 Value of Ministry of Communications' purchases of telecommunications equipment, 1926-193139
2.3 NEC's sales to the Ministry of Communications, 1925-193140
3.1 Major competitors and drop-outs in telecommunications switching, 1990s43
3.2 Cumulative line shipments of central office switching equipment, up to 199299
3.3 Shipments of central office switching equipment to the USA, 1991 and 1992100
3.4 The central office switching equipment market in Japan, 1990102
4.1 Technology agreements between Japanese and US computer companies138
4.2 The financing of the Japanese computer industry, 1968-1975151
4.3 Global alliances in microprocessors182
4.4 The top 25 Japanese software companies, 1991184
4.5 The software and computer services industry, 1985186
4.6 Software and computer services in Japan, 1985191
5.1 Joint optical fibre patents granted involving NTT and its supplying firms, September 1985-September 1986239
6.1 NEC's products, 1987 and 1993259
6.2 Research and development in Japanese and Western IT companies, 1993298
6.3 The present organization of NEC's research and development311
6.4 Transfer of Bell Laboratories researchers (area 11) to business units in AT&T, 1988-1992314
6.5 Results of system accuracy tests for NEC's AFIS324
6.6 Chronology of the development of NEC's AFIS328
6.7 NTT's five-year telecommunications expansion programmes, 1953-1985332
6.8 Breakdown of NEC's sales, 1939-1993333

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