This book examines how Japan has changed its economic relationship with East Asia since the mid 1990s by looking at its commitments to import relief, regional financial and industrial transformations, and regionalism. While the Japanese government has taken proactive initiatives to sustain the sound development of the regional economies, it has become more strategic in preserving its interests in the rapid industrial transformation. The book includes valuable information about Japan's trade remedy measures, Sino-Japan relations, and regional integration in East Asia.
Asia China East Asia Import Japan trade policy
Authors and affiliations
1.The Graduate School of East Asian StudiesYamaguchi UniversityJapan
Copyright InformationPalgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 2003