Japan is Canada's most important overseas trading partner, yetthe backgound of this relationship is comparatively unknown to mostCanadians. In order to bridge this gap, the author surveys Canadianforeign policy aims towards Japan since WWII with emphasis on thedevelopment of economic ties. He illustrates the role of majordepartments, ministries, diplomats, businessmen, and other leadingparticipants and the processess by which these aims succeeded orfailed. This objective analysis will prove a valuable reference source forstudents, officials, bureaucrats, historians, businessmen and women, journalists, and all those interested not only in economic relationsbetween Canada and Japan but also in the way foreign policy isformulated in Canada.Keith A. J. Hay and S. R. Hill, Canada- Japan: The Export-Import Picture 1979 ( Ottawa: Canada-Japan Trade Council, 1980), tables 5 and 6. 64. ... Vancouver Sun, aquot;Japan, Canada Discuss Possible Auto Export Cuts, aquot; 16 April 1981, p. G 3. 76.
|Title||:||The Politics of Canadian-Japanese Economic Relations, 1952-1983|
|Publisher||:||UBC Press - 1983-01-01|