Compare and contrast business systems in Japan and China. Answer with reference to relevant theories and use comparative country and/or corporate examples.
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US Trade Deficit 4
1. Background 4
1.1 Currency Manipulation 4
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1 The Nature of the Automobile Market 4
1.1 China: 4
1.2 India: 5
2 The Country Situation in India and China 7
2.1 China: 7
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3 The Type of FDI to Further Minimise Risks 10
4 Conclusion and Recommendations. 10
5 Bibliography 13
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