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International Business (Japan)

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Elyse Gower

on 30 April 2010

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Transcript of International Business (Japan)

JAPAN History Dates back to 600 B.C.
17th Century (Closed Country)
U.S. Commodore Matthew C. Perry
1941 Pearl Habor
1947 New constitution Business Customs Business Cards
Dinner Meetings
Greetings Diet Rice
Fresh Vegetables
Seafood
Fruit
Meat
Green Tea Economic Analysis United States & Japan
Japan's Currency
Industrialized, Free Market Economy Japan and U.S. Exchange Rates Japanese Yen to 1 USD Japans's GDP/GNP IMF World Economic Outlook Update
GDP (2009 est.): $5.049 trillion
Real growth rate (2009 est.): -5.7%
Per capita GDP (2010 est.): $31,267
GNP (2008 est.): $38,130 Transportation Trains
Buses
Subways
Airplanes
Cars Communication Cell Phones
Internet
Newspapers
Magzines Exports/Imports Trade
Export Goods
Import Goods
Agriculture
Energy Industry Manufacturing
Construction
Distribution
Real Estate
Communication Labor Force 65.9 Million (2010 est.)
Services 68.2%
Industry 26.4%
Agriculture 4.2%
Labor Union Population 2010 est. 127.3 Million
Total Distribution
Nationality
Growth Rate
Religion
Language
Health Standards
Education Jean Bremigen
Elyse Gower Product Religion Buddhism
Shinto
Christianity Social Organization Group Oriented
Uncertainty
Power Distance
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