In the 1950s “Made in Japan” stood for shoddy workmanship and poor quality and the Japanese people were in the position of beggars. There was such a prejudice against their products on the American market that one Japanese town changed it’s name to “USA” to be able legally to stamp “MADE IN USA” on their manufactured goods. Today, Japan is fast becoming the economic marvel of the second half of this century and it is doing it by making “Made in Japan” stand for quality workmanship that is recognized and sought around the world.
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