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- THE trade warriors of Japan and America understand each other, even though their battles may be fierce.
- Mr Warren's equivalent in Japan would almost certainly have had his windows double-glazed.
- Nine countries originally entered the convention under which the IATTC functions, although only five (US, Panama, France, Japan, and Mexico) remained in 1986.
- But if the worst really came to the worst in Japan, the resulting mess could not simply be welcomed as come-uppance.
- brought together into indissoluble union our Western theory of Darwin and that strange doctrine of metempsychosis which was carried to Japan with Buddhism
- The mother ship of Japan's four-vessel whaling fleet left yesterday for the Antarctic, where officials say it will catch 300 whales in the third year of a controversial research programme.
- FOR an economy that is supposedly manipulated to make it impervious to market forces, Japan has moved remarkably rapidly from joy to gloom.
- The integration of GIS and DSS for hazard mitigation is an active research area in the USA, Japan and Europe.
- According to Ulric Weil of Morgan Stanley, the US firm of industry analysts, by 1987 Japan will have closed any remaining gap in its ability to develop software on a par with that of the top American firms.
- But the very first visitors to Japan assumed, from the local socks, that the Japanese had only two toes.
- He has not received a reply, but, as a sponsor of a Bill going through Congress threatening retaliation if Japan does not practice an open door policy, his anger could be translated into action.
- Just one quarter of Britain's robots were made in the UK; 37 per cent came from the rest of Europe while 24 per cent and 14 per cent owe their origins to the US and Japan.
- Japan's banks are cutting back their business after years of reckless lending.