COMMERCIAL JAPAN IN 1900 . Recent events so much increase the interest
which the people of the United States feel , and have for many years felt , in
Japan that a brief review of present conditions in that country compared with
those of ...
(October 1897-April 1900) My Dear Sir Ernest, All the authorities whose opinions
I have ascertained – Lönholm, [Dr. H.] ... Suppose we put it this way – the
presence of foreigners, many argue, in a commercial company formed in Japan
Author: Ian Ruxton (ed.)
LARGE PAPERBACK. This book contains part of the voluminous work-related private correspondence sent to Sir Ernest Satow while he was Her Britannic Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary in Japan (1895-1900) from the Satow Papers held at The National Archives, Kew, London, transcribed and published in full from mostly handwritten originals with annotations added by the editor for scholars and researchers. This is Volume Three, and it includes letters from British diplomatic representatives elsewhere, colonial and India authorities, Royal Navy officers, Japanese government officials, foreign representatives in Tokyo and miscellaneous letters. (Both previous volumes are available on lulu.com.)
Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce (Dept. of Commerce and Labor)Publish On: 1912
Commercial Australia in 1900 . November , 1901 . * Reciprocity treaties and
agreements . November , 1901 . Great canals of the world . December , 1901 . Commercial Japan in 1900 . December , 1901 . * World ' s sugar production and
Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce (Dept. of Commerce and Labor)
... long-term credit banks.12 The bank's official history refers in a rather
roundabout way to the criticism by the commercial banks. ... The lending shares
of the long-term credit banks, the Development Bank of Japan and the trust banks
(the trust ...
Author: S. Ogura
This book researches banking structure in developing Japan and gives insight into how Japan's banks have become embroiled in recent financial crisis. It re-evaluates the role and function of Japan's commercial banks among its corporate groupings and proves that the behaviour of banks heading corporate groups has characterized the economic system, and that the banks could not have established a long-term capital lending business until the beginning of the 1970s.
Author: United States. Department of Commerce and Labor. Bureau of StatisticsPublish On: 1899
Of the imports in 1890 , the value of 19,521,764 was by Japanese , and 61,033 ,
109 by foreigners ; in 1900 , the value of ... Japan is becoming more and more an
important commercial factor in Asiatic and generally in international commerce .
Author: United States. Department of Commerce and Labor. Bureau of Statistics
Author: United States. Superintendent of DocumentsPublish On: 1913
Adoption of gold standard in Japan , 1900 . . . . . . Commercial India in 1902 . . . Commercial Japan in 1899 . . . . . Russian Empire and Trans - Siberian R y . . . . . .
. . . . World ' s sugar production and consumption , showing statistical position of ...
Author: United States. Superintendent of Documents
The opening of the ports in 1859 brought an influx of foreign textile goods into the Japanese market and 30 to 50 percent ... view argued that indigenous commercial networks distributed TABLE 1.1 Import of Cotton Goods to Japan,
Author: Linda Grove
Category: Social Science
This volume brings together an international team of scholars who examine the development of commercial networks in Asia from the 18th century to the 20th century on a stage that stretches from Yokohama and Pusan to Istanbul. The studies, based on extensive archival research, focus on the trading firms and merchant groups that were the chief actors in the creation of the commercial networks that crisscrossed Asia, linking the various Asian economies to each other and to Europe and the Americas. While some of this work has been available in Japanese, Chinese and Dutch, this is the first time that such a broad range of essays has been made available to an English-speaking audience. The thirteen essays can be roughly divided into two groups. The first group includes essays that look at the development of large scale networks and plot the competition between competing indigenous and foreign merchant groups in the trade in such products as sugar and cotton yarn in China, cotton goods in Japan, silk in Iran, Japanese manufactures in Dutch Indonesia and rice and cotton in India. The second group of essays focuses on the activities of specific firms as a way to explore the development of trading networks. This group includes essays that look at the activities of Chinese and Japanese merchants in Korea, at the growth of a commercial empire built on the sale of patent drugs in Southeast Asia and at the activities of European trading firms in Asia. The book should appeal to a wide-range audience. Most directly concerned are economic historians
It shows a steady induties together would realise £ 2,020,000 , and crease in the
importations of Japan in 1900 that the ad valorem duties would yield over those
of the preceding year , though in £ 2,362,000 , divided generally as follows —10
Author: Nihon Yunesuko Kokunai IinkaiPublish On: 1959
It expressed very strongly the important situation of the commercial education in Japan at that time . And in this way , a certain appropriations was obtained from
the Agriculture and Commerce Department . In March , 1884 , it became a ...
The amount needed in 1900 – 01 was to be 10 , 000 yen , all to be supplied by
local contributions . With the growth of home and foreign trade of the country ,
there arose a great need for providing a better commercial education . The higher
of Japanese bronzes is to witness the evolution in aesthetics from respectful awe
to audacious digression . Access to Chinese civilization had always been easy
for Japan , either through official commercial contacts when these were ...
Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic CommercePublish On: 1900
In the aggregate , German interests in China and Japan are not far from $ 90,000
, ooo in value . ... Consul Harris sends from Nagasaki , April 14 , 1900 , copy of
the Japanese customs - depot law , with regulations for enforcement , taking
Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce
Author: Library of Congress. Division of BibliographyPublish On: 1900
Commercial Japan . 0. P. Austin . Forum , rol . 28 ( Oct. , 1899 ) , 146 . ... 1900 .
Kritische Studien zur Bevölkerungsfrage China's . E. M. Köhler . Deutsche
Rundschanı für Geographie , vol . 22 ( 1900 ) , 337–347 . “ The total population of
Author: Library of Congress. Division of Bibliography
The period is further subdivided into two periods : 1900 to 1937 , the period prior
to the " China Incident " ( which transformed Japan into a war economy ) , and
from 1937 to 1945 wa ( the war years ) . 1 . Merging of the commercial Banks In
Author: United States International Trade CommissionPublish On: 1991
... Amana Sharp SNAC - FTP R20BP Japan Matsushita NE - 6035 Sharp R21BT
Period Maximum rated output wattage . ... Ovens from Japan CMOs: Company-
specific f o b prices of 650-800W models, Dy quaileIS, january 1900-March 1991
Author: United States International Trade Commission
British responses to Japan's economic revival in Southeast Asia during the 1950s
and 1960s Nicholas J. White ... Indeed, John Foster Dulles regarded commercial
linkages between Japan and Southeast Asia as central in his negotiations for ...
Author: Antony Best
This book provides a broad account of the international history of East Asia from 1900 to 1968 - a subject that is essential to any understanding of the modern epoch. Whereas much of the scholarship on this subject has focused purely on the immediate origins and consequences of violent events such as wars and revolutions, this book demonstrates the importance of also considering other forces such as ideology, trade and cultural images that have helped shape East Asian international history. It analyses how the development of the region was influenced by ideological competition and ‘orientalism’, by both multilateral and unilateral efforts to instil order, and by the changing nature of international trade. It considers a number of important topics such as the concept of the ‘open door’; the rise and influence of progressive internationalism in the forum of the League of Nations; the development of anti-colonial nationalism and anti-Western internationalism in the shape of pan-Asianism; and the onset of the Cold War. It also includes detailed case studies of subjects including the administration of the Chinese Maritime Customs Service; the international effort to regulate the trade in opium; and the significance of intra-Asian trade. Overall, this book constitutes an impressive account of the international history of East Asia, and is an important contribution to the interpretive study of this crucial period of history.
On that basis the takings of Mill - owners ' Association and Japan's aggregates (
except cotton by the mills in Japan averaged 7,973 bales weekly in those for
1899 and 1900 , which are estimated , ) are officially 1896-97 , against 10,278 in
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