JAPAN'S ECONOMIC SYSTEM

By Suzanne Tatikian

General Characteristics of Agricultural, Industrial, and Information Age Economic Systems

Information/Data on Japan's Economic System

Japan's spectacular economic growth-the greatest of any nation since the 1940s-has brought the country to the forefront of the world economy. It is one of the world's principal shipbuilders and is a major producer and exporter of manufactured goods, including automobiles, electrical products, chemicals, and steel. An important feature of the burgeoning economy is the prevalence of large, quasi-monopolistic industrial companies.

Conclusions on Japan (Whether Primarily Agricultural, Industrial, or Information Age Re: Its Economic System)

In conclusion Japan is in both the industrial and information ages. However, they are leaning towards the information age, as they are one of the most developed countries in the world, with one of the highest standards of living.

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