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Japan"s demand for long-term external financial assets in the 1980"s

Masahiro Kawai

Japan"s demand for long-term external financial assets in the 1980"s

by Masahiro Kawai

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Published by University ofTokyo, Institute of Social Science in Tokyo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Kawai Masahiro.
SeriesUniversity of Tokyo, Institute of Social Science. Occasional papers in capitalist economies and international relations -- No.4
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13964175M

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To start with, macroeconomic factors that supported Japan’s strong post-war economic recovery such as high investment ratios backed by savings mobilization, technology progress, flexible labor supply, and favorable external conditions will be reviewed. Then, market practices of a long-term nature that were often referred to as. Biological assets Impairment of non-financial assets [Not used] rovisions, contingent assets and liabilities P ecognised contingencies and other[R ‘provisions’] Income taxes 4 Specific items of profit or loss and OCI General Revenue


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