Japan's public works market: New challenges and

Mayeda, Arlene
November 1995
Business America;Nov95, Vol. 116 Issue 11, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on Japan's steady expansion of the public works market, which is expected encourage more opportunities for United States firms interested in competing in the Japanese public works market. Reasons for expansion; Japanese construction market; Public works projects in Japan. INSETS: The 1994 Public works agreement by Edward Dunn.;Medical Technologies Agreement by John Simmons..


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