Japanese-European Trade Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Japanese-European Trade
Describes & compares economic environments, policies, foreign investment, regional distribution, financial incentives, restrictions, expansion & joint ventures, quotas. Tables.
# 11381 | 2,700 words | 9 sources | 1996 | US
Published on May 18, 2003 in Business (International) , Economics (International)


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"This research examines Japanese-European trade. European trade is discussed, as is Japanese trade. Differences between the trading activities of the two global entities are then discussed. Lastly, links between Japanese and European trade are examined.

European International Trade
The common external tariff is the "bedrock for a common trade policy" in the European community (Balasubramanyam & Greenaway, 1992, p. 183). Exceptions to this policy, such as the MFA (Multi Fibre Agreement) and the Lome Convention, are negotiated for the Community by the ?Commission Commitment to the policy has been eroded in recent years by the use of, among other things, VERs...."

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