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 ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION FROM JAPAN TO THE U.S.

From Rival to Ally: Japan’s American Evolution

In times of change it’s normal to reassess the status quo. The U.S. has a fresh administration and among its questions has been the value of Japan as an economic partner. Is Japan, as some argue, a bad actor, selfishly weakening the yen to aid exports and thus hurt American industry and jobs?

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We Are America

A look at how three Japaneses conglomerates, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems America, Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing are putting down roots in the heartland of America and embedding themselves into the local communities in which they operate.

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems | Savannah, Georgia: Japanese investment brings opportunities to American Heartland.

Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc | Houston, Texas: Shared Comradery and Values

Toyota | Kentucky, USA:
A Good Corporate Neighbor

Japan and U.S.: Greater Than the Sum-Of-the-Parts

As two of the world’s leading economies it’s no wonder that the U.S. and Japan have enjoyed decades of competition in industries ranging from cars to semi-conductors, game consoles to sports gear.

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