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As a free democracy and market economy, the world's largest exporting nation and the world's third-richest economy ( nominal GDP ) ( behind the U. S. and Japan ), Germany shares the interest and institutions of a free and secure world trade.
Feeling sympathy for the Japanese, Emmy reveals the truth behind the Futurians ' mission: In the future, Japan became very wealthy and its economy surpassed that of the United States, Russia and China-the Futurians in fact stole the time machine and plan to use King Ghidorah to alter the future by devastating or subjugating present-day Japan, thus preventing its future economic reign.
In the decades after the Second World War, a massive restructuring plan drove Japan to become the world's second-largest economy, a phenomenon known as the Japanese post-war economic miracle.
Today China, India, South Korea, Japan and Russia play important roles in world economics and politics. China today is second largest economy of the world and fastest growing economy.
Japanese economy can be fore-casted by Quarterly Tankan survey of business sentiment by the Bank of Japan.
With average growth rates of 10 % in the 1960s, 5 % in the 1970s, and 4 % in the 1980s, Japan was able to establish and maintain itself as the world's second largest economy from 1968 until 2010, when it was supplanted by the People's Republic of China.
However, in the second half of the 1980s, rising stock and real estate prices caused the Japanese economy to overheat in what was later to be known as the Japanese asset price bubble caused by the policy of low interest rate by Bank of Japan.
A mountainous, volcanic island country, Japan has inadequate natural resources to support its growing economy and large population.
By the late Eighties, Japan had moved from being a low-wage to a high-wage economy.
Therefore, to keep its economy afloat, Japan ran massive budget deficits ( added trillions in Yen to Japanese financial system ) to finance large public works programs.
As an export-oriented economy, more than 90 % of Mexican trade is under free trade agreements ( FTAs ) with more than 40 countries, including the European Union, Japan, Israel, and much of Central and South America.
New Zealand has a market economy that is greatly dependent on international trade, mainly with Australia, the European Union, the United States, China, South Korea and Japan.
According to UBS AG, the Fukushima I nuclear accidents have cast doubt on whether even an advanced economy like Japan can master nuclear safety.
Since the out break of the Syrian civil war, the Syrian economy has been hit by massive economic sanctions restricting trade with the Arab League, Australia, Canada, the European Union, ( as well as the European countries of Albania, Croatia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, and Switzerland ) Georgia, Japan, Turkey, and the United States.
The outcome of the country's improved foreign trade situations and an influx of foreign direct investment, mainly from Japan, was the booming decade of the Thai economy from 1987 to 1996.
After crippling the US economy and becoming a nuclear power, Japan invades and takes the Marianas Islands ; the US and Japan fight a brief war, which the Japanese lose ( they are subsequently denuclearized ); an embittered Japanese pilot and proponent of the war crashes a 747 into the US Capitol Building immediately after Ryan's confirmation as Vice President, killing most of the House and Senate, the President, all nine Supreme Court justices, the senior military establishment ( including the JCS ), and most of the Cabinet.
Despite facing an oil crisis due to the OPEC embargo, the economy of Japan witnessed a large boom in this period, overtaking the economy of West Germany to become the second-largest in the world.

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-- liberal considers that the need for a national economy with controls that will assure his conception of social justice is so great that individual and local liberties as well as democratic processes may have to yield before it.
He knows that the economy of life in the `` outback '' is awful.
The field, then, is ripe for new Southerners to step to the fore and write of this twentieth-century phenomenon, the Southern Yankeefication: the new urban economy, the city-dweller, the pains of transition, the labor problems ; ;
William Styron, while facing the changing economy with a certain uneasy reluctance, insists he is not to be classified as a Southern writer and yet includes traditional Southern concepts in everything he publishes.
Lacking the pioneer spirit necessary to write of a new economy, these writers seem to be contenting themselves with an old one that is now as defunct as Confederate money.
The international economy of 1960 is markedly different from that of the early postwar years.
Like ours, the economy of the space merchants must constantly expand in order to survive, and, like ours, it is based on the principle of `` ever increasing everybody's work and profits in the circle of consumption ''.
What is wrong with advertising is not only that it is an `` outrage, an assault on people's mental privacy '' or that it is a major cause for a wasteful economy of abundance or that it contains a coercive tendency ( which is closer to the point ).
But it would greatly strengthen any Mayor's executive powers, remove the excuse in large degree that he is a captive of inaction in the Board of Estimate, increase his budget-making authority both as to expense and capital budgets, and vest in him the right to reorganize city departments in the interest of efficiency and economy.
It is this loss of initiative in how we conduct our economy which may lead to the loss of initiative in how we conduct our political affairs.
The purchase of compact ( economy ) cars is being made currently on a test basis.
The Merchant Marine is the `` Fourth Arm of Defense '', for a strong and effective American Merchant Marine is essential to the economy and security of our Nation.
While this may well be true in general, I believe it is also important to keep in mind that some recent developments suggest that over the next year or so military electronics may be one of the most strongly growing areas in an economy which is not expanding rapidly in other directions.
But make no mistake about it, the first reason people turn to camping is one of economy.
We should encourage the governments to develop their own technical assistance to communities, state and provincial governments, rural communities, and other smaller groups, making certain that no important segment of the economy is neglected.
It is difficult to see any powerful sources of strength on the horizon at this time which would give the economy a new upward thrust.
Accordingly, during the Sixties our national economy is likely to grow at as fast a rate as in the Fifties and, in the process, to require enormous amounts of capital funds.
And in the economy of the book it is not peripheral but central.
To see how important this economy is, let us suppose that there are M operating variables at each stage and that the state is specified by N variables ; ;

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Finland is highly integrated in the global economy, and international trade is a third of GDP.
A boom was created by the First World War, with the shipbuilding industry expanding by a third, but a serious depression hit the economy by 1922.
This is known as the classical period of Indian history, during which time India has sometimes been estimated to have had the largest economy of the ancient and medieval world, with its huge population generating between one fourth and one third of the world's income up to the 18th century.
With the world's seventh largest military expenditure, ninth largest economy by nominal rates and third largest by purchasing power parity, India is a regional power, a nascent great power and a potential superpower.
After India and China, Indonesia is currently the third fastest growing economy in the Group of Twenty ( G20 ) industrialized and developing economies.
First was the foundation of Edo ( in 1603 ) to whole inland economical developments, second was the Meiji Restoration ( in 1868 ) to be the first non European power, third was after the defeat of World War II ( in 1945 ) when the island nation rose to become the world's second largest economy.
In the last quarter of the Twentieth Century the belief that government ( ruling in accordance with the interests of the people ) ought to directly involve itself in the day to day workings of an economy declined in popularity amongst the center left, especially social-democrats who became influenced by ' third way ' ideology.
As a result tourism has become Malaysia ’ s third largest source of income from foreign exchange, although it is threatened by the negative effects of the growing industrial economy, with large amounts of air and water pollution along with deforestation affecting tourism.
Because the German economy could not produce adequate numbers of their half track APC, barely a quarter or a third of the infantry in Panzer or Panzergrenadier divisions was mechanized, except in a few favored formations.
The third step from political economy to economics was the introduction of marginalism and the proposition that economic actors made decisions based on margins.
Hit by a global recession, the economy contracted by 2 % in the second quarter of 2009, contracting a further 4. 5 % in the third quarter of 2009.
The third economy is Hungary ( total GDP of USD 196. 196 billion, 52nd in the world ).
* China ( U. S. $ 4. 98 trillion ) went from being the sixth largest to the third largest economy, and in 2009 contributed to 8. 6 % of the world's economy, up from 3. 3 % in 1999 by nominal price or a rise from 6. 9 % to 12. 6 % adjusted for purchasing power.
The third category are scholar numismatists working in public collections, universities or as independent scholars acquiring knowledge about monetary devices, their systems, their economy and their historical context.
Copper disappears gradually, and by the middle of the third century, with Rome's economy in crisis, the Antonianus will be the only official currency.
This area boasts the third strongest economy in Japan and this influence can sometimes extend into the more remote parts of these prefectures that are farther away from Nagoya.
A 2012 Wall St. Journal editorial stated, " One reason the U. S. economy isn't creating enough jobs is that it's not creating enough employers ... For the third year in a row the world's leading exchange for new stock offerings was located not in New York, but in Hong Kong ...
While both agree with many leftist theories of class that view wage-labor as resulting from the inequality of bargaining power between those who own the means of production in the economy ( owner class ) and those who operate them and produce wealth ( working / producer class ), they criticize theories which they claim fail to acknowledge a third class in-between labor and capital ; the professional-managerial class or Coordinator class.
Developing nations ( commonly called " third world countries " or " poor countries ") are the focus of much debate over the issue of exploitation, particularly in the context of the global economy.
On April 19, 2007, he published a third book, El Triunvirato del Terror, ( The Triunvirate of Terror ) on the power centers that he believes control Puerto Rico's economy and government.
However the economy continued to contract until the third quarter of 1991.

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