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The challenges before industrialized countries

Nagatomi, Yuichiro

"The surroundings of U.S.-Japan relations transform every decade. This is so clear that there is
little need to look back on the forties, the fifties and the sixties. The time around 1970 when I
was serving as the First Secretary and Financial Attaché of the Embassy of Japan in the United
States marked a transitional period in U.S.-Japan relations. Okinawa was returned, economic
friction was gearing up, America suspended the exchange of dollars for gold. Later, the
advanced countries floated their currencies, and U.S.-Japan economic friction became even
more intense."

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Center on Japanese Economy and Business
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Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University
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Center on Japanese Economy and Business Occasional Papers, 37
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February 16, 2011
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