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Resource ID: #17030
Subject: International Reporting
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)
Date: 2000-12-28



A two-part series from the Journal explaining the thaw in Japan's trade practices. The paper reveals that West's 150-year long trade conflict with Japan is winding down and Japan's decade of drift has altered the dynamics that fanned past trade fires. Though not as open as America, the Japanese economy is no longer an alien landscape. The Journal writes how Silicon Valley dominates the Japanese markets and the reason for the country's its economic expansion.

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