Toyota & Government Policy Essay by The Research Group

Toyota & Government Policy
Reviews the close support & assistance that Toyota has always received from the Japanese government & the resultant conflict that has created between the Japanese & US governments.
# 20977 | 900 words | 4 sources | 1994 | US
Published on Mar 06, 2003 in Business (Companies) , Political Science (General)

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" Toyota and Government Policy
From the beginning, Toyota has had the support and assistance of the Japanese government in its development. That assistance enabled it to become competitive enough to make major inroads on the automotive industry in the United States, which brought it into conflict with the U.S. government. The contemporary conflict between the two governments over the issue of protectionism and free trade is exemplified by this case.

Protective Legislation
The initial protective legislation was adopted in May of 1936. This was the automobile manufacturing business law which indicated that all business in the automotive industry required a government.."

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