Okita, Saburo
October 1960
Foreign Affairs;Oct60, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p123
The article examines the international economic prospects of Japan. The country has attracted world attention in June 1960 when large demonstrations were held in opposition to its security treaty with the U.S. Before the incident, many people around the world has considered Japan as a stable and prosperous nation making great economic progress. However, the incident has affected the international economic prospects of Japan. The following factors are also expected to affect the country's economic prospects: population, modernization and rapid changes in labor supply.


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