United States-Japan Trade Report
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Trade. United States-Japan Trade Task Force
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980 - 92 páginas
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Página 88 - For this purpose, technical regulations shall not be more trade-restrictive than necessary to fulfil a legitimate objective, taking account of the risks non-fulfilment would create. Such legitimate objectives are, inter alia: national security requirements; the prevention of deceptive practices; protection of human health or safety, animal or plant life or health, or the environment.
Página 26 - ITC makes a determination that "an article is being imported into the United States in such increased quantities as to be a substantial cause of serious injury, or the threat thereof, to the domestic industry producing an article like or directly competitive with the imported article...
Página 85 - Government anticipated that the total volume of imports of manufacturers, as well as the share of these imports in total Japanese imports, would continue to increase steadily. Both sides agreed to review progress in these matters in the Joint Trade Facilitation Committee or other appropriate forums and to take whatever corrective actions might be necessary.
Página 51 - 80s, however, it will be essential for Japan to develop technologies of its own. For this purpose, it is necessary to systematically pursue policies with an emphasis on the following three points. (1) Development of Creative Technologies: (a) Switchover to "forward engineering": Now that it has become increasingly difficult to find specific goals of development of imported technologies, Japan needs to press ahead with projects for the research and development of original technologies through trial...
Página 84 - Year (JFY) 1978, and stated its intention to take all reasonable and appropriate measures, including those previously announced with respect to public expenditures, in order to achieve this target.
Página 5 - The data seems to indicate that (aircraft excluded) we are a developing nation supplying a more advanced nation — we are Japan's plantation: haulers of wood and growers of crops, in exchange for high technology, value-added products.
Página 86 - The Governments of Japan and the United States agree that mutual reciprocity should be provided among Japan, the United States and other major countries in access opportunities to each other's markets, including the market for telecommunications.
Página 3 - Report, •From an economic point of view, a bilateral merchandise trade deficit should not be an object of great concern as long as a nation's worldwide current account is in rough balance. This economic truth, however, is a political falsity...
Página 85 - States of a governmenfr;industry buying mission sponsored by the Joint Trade Facilitation Committee. — A Japanese Cabinet decision to secure for foreign suppliers substantially increased opportunities under government procurement systems. — Simplification of inspection requirements on imports. — Expansion of credit for imports into Japan. — Relaxation of rules for the standard method of settlement. — Cooperation in international efforts to curb excessive competition in export credits. Economic...
Página 51 - R&D expenditures is in the order of one-third in Japan, compared with around a half in Western industrialized countries. This share should be raised in spite of the expected deficit in the national budget. (c) Recognizing that research and development of technologies are the nation's best interest, the government must make every effort to find a new source of funds for financing such...