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Japanese Government Loan Issues on the London Capital Market, 1870-1913

by Toshio Suzuki

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Based on bank and official archives, this book focuses on Japan's financial activities abroad - in particular, Japan's borrowings. It is the story of Japan's success: a doubtful borrower in the 1870s, it became respected after the Russo-Japan war. This study also highlights the mechanism of loan issues on the international capital markets. The book is intended for students of Japanese studies and business history.… (more)
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Based on bank and official archives, this book focuses on Japan's financial activities abroad - in particular, Japan's borrowings. It is the story of Japan's success: a doubtful borrower in the 1870s, it became respected after the Russo-Japan war. This study also highlights the mechanism of loan issues on the international capital markets. The book is intended for students of Japanese studies and business history.

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