By Masaaki Kotabe
The U.S.-Japan bilateral alternate dating is likely to be the main consequential and the main tumultuous on the earth. govt and company leaders dedicate monstrous effort and time to resolving the circulate of disputes that come up among the 2 allies and buying and selling companions. the various matters are rooted within the belief that Japan's outstanding financial good fortune should be due in some extent to anticompetitive practices in which Japan's household markets are safe, and that an unfair virtue is granted to jap businesses as they extend in a foreign country. whatever the validity of those critiques, their lifestyles exerts a unfavorable impact upon this crucial bilateral relationship.
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What prompted the organization to take its legal action against Kanare, he said, is the deep-rooted distrust of MITI among gas station operators. What Kanare and Yamaguchi’s organization want is the freedom to procure gasoline and sell it at whatever price they choose. ” Japan Economic Journal, May 12, 1991; “Japan’s Oil Industry: Ready, Set, Compete,” Economist, October 10, 1992; “Renegade Gas Station Fuels Debate over Government Regulation,” Yomiuri Report from Japan, June 3, 1994. , Eads and Yamamura 1987, Frost 1987, Itoh, Kiyono, Okuno-Fujiwara, and Suzumura 1991, Jatusripitak, Fahey, and Kotler 1985, Johnson 1982, Komiya, Okuno, and Suzumura 1988, Kotabe 1984, Krugman 1987b, Lincoln 1984, Matsushita 1987, Noland 1991, 1993, Okuno-Fujiwara 1991, Pempel 1987, Prestowitz 1988b, Rapp 1986, Schultz 1987, Sekiguchi and Horiuchi 1985, Uekusa 1987, van Wolferen 1989, Yamamura 1967, 1982, 1990).
S. businesses face unusually high nontariff barriers in Japan, but controversy remains surrounding the impact of these barriers on actual trade flows: Harrigan concluded that the barriers are not associated with lower imports, while Leamer determined that barriers have a large import-reducing effect. Various studies of exporting in general have identified factors such as high tariffs, import regulations, different product specifications and standards, and weak intellectual property laws as significant impediments faced by exporters (Bauerschmidt, Sullivan, and Gillespie 1985, Kedia and Chokar 1986, Rabino 1980, Thomas 1989).
They are Fuji film distributors, so naturally they sell Fuji film. 1 times higher than the prices of Japanese color roll film exported to major world markets. The data showed that the retail price of Fuji film in the United States is less than half the price of Fuji film sold in Japan. Kodak believes that the data bolsters its argument that the Japanese market for consumer photographic film and paper is closed. S. ” He accused Kodak of intentionally magnifying the price gap by comparing prices in Japan on Fuji color film, which includes sales and distribution costs, with export prices, which do not include these costs.