Development of National Infrastructures open to Asia and the Role of Fukuoka
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The Asian Age is coming and these are some of the factors aiding it. The reduction of the domestic market (decrease in population, development of service economy and increase in imports); Dissolution of the concepts 'domestic' and 'International' (shift from 'geographically close but economically distant' relation to 'both geographically and economically close' relation, and approximation of systems); development of Asian market; Japan's competitive edge (the advanced country's sophisticated market, content, materials, manufacturing equipment of global competitiveness, and excellence at technology integration) and, the integration of Asian and Japanese industries. .
Keywords: East Asia; international trade; Japan; technology integration; port capacity; Asian Age; International Relations; Economics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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