By 1940, the company was doing a total business of 247 million yen (54 million yen in imports, 25 million in exports, 27.5 million in domestic ... There is no question that Iwai aamp; Company, which adopted a much less conservative policy in borrowing than did C. Itoh ... This was of little significance during the immediate postwar years when Japan had virtually nothing to sell and no dollars with which to buy.
|Title||:||Japanese Industrialization and Its Social Consequences|
|Author||:||Hugh T. Patrick, Larry Meissner, Joint Committee on Japanese Studies|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 1976|