Pressure to change IP focus in Japanese corporates is coming from the top
Between the early seventeenth century and the brusque arrival of Commodore Matthew Perry in 1853, Japan followed a foreign policy of sakoku – that is, extreme isolation from the outside world. To a non-Japanese speaking journalist based outside of…
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