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Japan, China, and the newly industrialized economies of Asia

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Title: Japan, China, and the newly industrialized economies of Asia
Authors: Morrison, Charles E.
LC Subject Headings: Asia - Economic conditions - 1945-
East Asia - Economic conditions
Hong Kong - Economic policy
Japan - Economic conditions - 1945-
China - Economic conditions - 1976-
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Issue Date: 1989
Publisher: Honolulu, HI : East-West Center ; Atlanta : Southern Center for International Studies
Abstract: Discussion and papers from a symposium held in Atlanta, Georgia.
Contents: Shifting forces in East Asia / Richard L. Walker -- China's modernization and its impact on its role in Asia / James T. Myers -- Hong Kong countdown to 1997: an insider's view / Barrie Wiggham -- NICs and the near NICs in Asia: economic and political transformation / Linda Lim -- Japan's international security: a critical analysis of five myths / Donald C. Hellmann -- Cooperation or co-prosperity? Japan's ascendancy as an ODA power in Asia / Bruce M. Koppel -- Soviet-Japanese relations / Charles E. Morrison -- Current issues in Sino-Japanese relations / John Quansheng Zhao -- Japan's role in Asia / James M. Derham -- Implication of the new Asia for the United States and Japan.
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Pages/Duration: 74 p.
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