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Opening Japan's Financial Markets





ISBN 9781138368767
Published March 8, 2020 by Routledge
274 Pages

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This book, first published in 1994, takes a broad look at the reasons behind the failure of foreign banks to penetrate Japanese financial markets. It accepts the common argument that the Japanese bureaucracy has skilfully limited the scope of foreign banks and discusses at length the methods used to do so. However, in examining the history of foreign banking activity in Japan, it becomes clear that ineptitude on the part of the foreign banks and governments has also been a major factor.

Table of Contents

1. A Question of Balance  2. Entry and Occupation  3. Behind the Shoji Curtain  4. Foreign Penetration in the 1970s  5. Breakdown of Consensus: Reform of the Japanese Financial Markets  6. The Yen/Dollar Accord  7. Reform and Foreign Pressure  8. Treasury Versus United States Trade Representative  9. Breaking the Log Jam: The Reform Process and the Ministry of Finance  10. Pushing Against the Envelope: Citibank in Japan  11. The Opportunities  12. The Opportunities Foregone  13. Shared Responsibility

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Biography

J. Robert Brown, Jr.