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|Statement||Published by the Bureau of Commerce and Industry of the Imperial Dept. of State for Agriculture and Commerce, Japan.|
|LC Classifications||HF3826 .A5 1900|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||455|
|LC Control Number||75268722|
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During the Empire of Japan and up toJapan was dependent on imported foods and raw materials for industry. At the time, Japan had one of the largest merchant fleets in the world with a total of approximately 6 million tonnes of displacement before December Despite heavy naval losses during the Pacific War, Japan was still left with 4, tonnes.
The official government entities that guided the Japanese national economy were the Economy and Finance Ministry, the Bank of Japan, and the Industry and Commerce military spending, there was the Navy Ministry and the Ministry of the Army. Domestic investment.
Domestic investment in industry and infrastructure was the driving force behind growth in Japanese output. Empire of Japan - Empire of Japan - Social and economic changes: The development of industry drove many social and intellectual changes.
After the Treaty of Shimonoseki, the government utilized the Chinese indemnity to subsidize the development of the Yawata Iron and Steel Works, which were established in and began production in Ichizō Kobayashi (小林 一三, Kobayashi Ichizō, January 3, – Janu ), occasionally referred to by his pseudonym Itsuō (逸翁), was a Japanese is best known as the founder of Hankyu Railway, Takarazuka Revue, and represented Japanese capital in government.
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The book Flyboys Still running the Ministry of War, he also assumed control of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in The book Key Figures of World War II describes him as a Depicts General Tojo of Japan and Adolf Hitler of Nazi Germany. (Photo by: Photo 12/UIG via Getty Images).
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General Tôjô Hideki () served as Japan’s prime minister during most of World War II. At the end of the war, he was sentenced to death for war crimes.Empire of Japan - Empire of Japan - Imperial Japan: With internal reforms completed, the Japanese government set itself to achieving equality with the Western powers.
This had been one of the major goals since the beginning of the Meiji period. Key to this was the amendment of treaties imposed upon Japan in the late Tokugawa era. Japanese envoys had attempted to amend the judicial and economic.