Publication Date: August 1986
Publisher: Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.)
Author(s): Burton Yale Pines
Research Area: Trade
Keywords: Asia and the Pacific
If the Nakasone government really wants to open Japanese markets and reduce the Japanese trade surplus with the U.S., it should open public works projects to foreign bidding. And if the Reagan Administration really wants to win open markets in Japan for U.S. products, it should not let Tokyo get away with slamming the $6 billion Kansai Project door in America's face.
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