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standard of living. Businesses would be attracted by this model as well because the product would be standardized across all stations, ensuring quality and consistency with each purchase. IV. Research and Development for Market Expansion In addition to expanding our harvest area, we can guarantee increase profits by expanding our market reach. To do this, we need to invest in research and development to better understand the various ways that camphor can be utilized. Market areas we could consider would be medicine to establish new drugs, safety glass for windows, synthetic material like rayon and its use in weapons and machinery. These kinds of innovation not only increase our profit but improve human health and safety – which helps to enhance the legitimacy of our government. The funding for research and development would be paid in part through the taxes collected from camphor harvesting as well as from investors at large corporations. Using General Electrics newly established R&D center, we can model ours to scale with a budget of about $120,000 a year. Although it needs a lot of time and money, research and development produce a larger economy in the future, generating revenue, jobs and a positive image for our government. In conclusion, it is believed that the above strategies would be the best route to 4 | P a g e
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take for increasing our profitability and legitimacy as a government. By centralizing control as a monopoly within the Japanese government, we can decrease our costs, risks and losses compared to just taxing independently ran stations. At the same time, the local businessmen decrease their risk by being employed by the Japanese and not having to assume as many costs, which would attract more people willing to engage with us and drive the cost to employ locals downward. It becomes a win-win on both sides. 5 | P a g e
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  • Winter '18
  • OLDS
  • Indigenous peoples of the Americas, Stations of the Cross, Government of Japan

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