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In 1868, Japan was a largely agricultural nation with little modern technology or international trade. Yet it industrialized and modernized...

1.      In 1868, Japan was a largely agricultural nation with little modern technology or international trade. Yet it industrialized and modernized relatively quickly. After the Second World War the Japanese economy grew even more rapidly to became the second largest in the world. What were the factors that shaped the Japanese economy and its growth between 1868 and 1985?

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There were many factors that shaped the Japanese economy and its growth between 1868 and 1985. First, Japan was considered a... View the full answer

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The factors that helped the Japanese grow was; Tokugawa... View the full answer

 Japan Global trade with the west started vigorously in the 1850s and the Restoration Government of 1868 supplanted the old... View the full answer

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