International Trade and Competition Law in Japan by Mitsuo Matsushita

International Trade and Competition Law in Japan

byMitsuo Matsushita

Hardcover | April 1, 1992

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Modern Japanese Law Series This new series has been established to provide scholars and practitioners with a library of books which deal with contemporary issues in Japanese law, particularly in areas of law which are of importance to the international business community. It will include books on Japanese labour law, the Lawof Civil Procedure, Securities Regulation, and environmental law. Two volumes containing accurate and up-to-date translations of all the major Japanese Codes (Civil and Criminal) are planned for 1994. This book analyses the means by which the Japanese government regulates business activity, principally through the use of competition or anti-monopoly laws. These laws operate both within Japan and, to a lesser extent, beyond. The book also looks at legal aspects of industrial policy as well asthe legal framework of foreign trade and investment in Japan. As such it goes to the very heart of industrial and commercial life in Japan, and will be of interest to all those who are involved in doing business with Japan, as well as to their legal and financial advisers.

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Mitsuo Matsushita is a Professor of Law at University of Tokyo.

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Title:International Trade and Competition Law in JapanFormat:HardcoverDimensions:364 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.02 inPublished:April 1, 1992Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198254407

ISBN - 13:9780198254409

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`'Beyond the immediate practical value of this book to those working in Japanese trade law, or interested in contrasting legal systems, it is also to be recommended to anyone with a passing interest in the political minefield of international trade negotiations. The most striking factor toemerge from this interesting little volume is the regulatory and political nature of much of Japanese international trade and competition law...this book tells us much not only about Japanese law, but gives a refreshingly alternative view of international trade and competition law worldwide.''E.C.L.R.