U.S.-Japan Trade Relations in the post-cold war period: The Problems and Prospects

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Altaf Hussain Ansari


United States and Japan s economies are two largest economies of the world. Both combined together constitute 30 to 40 percent of global economy. The post-cold war period witnessed frictions between two economic giants, as formerly both these economies were connected for geopolitical reasons. The logic of economic interests was dominated by security compulsion during cold war period.

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