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United States-Japan Economic Relations, Hearings and Markup before the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Its Subcommittees on Asian and Pacific Affairs and on International Economic Policy and Trade, House of Representatives, Ninety-Sixth Congress, Second Session on H. Con. Res. 363, September 16, 17, 18, 29; October 1 and 16, 1980   [open pdf - 65MB]

These are the September 16, 17, 18, 29; October 1 and 16, 1980 hearings titled "United States-Japan Economic Relations" held before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and Its Subcommittees on Asian and Pacific Affairs and on International Economic Policy and Trade. From the opening statement of Lester L. Wolff: "Our objective in this series of hearings is to examine the major economic issues that are involved in United States-Japan relations today: Auto imports, Government procurement, market access, nontariff barriers, and investment opportunities; and to explore both short- and long-term solutions to existing problems. Additionally, we will seek to explore popular perceptions of United States-Japan economic relations and the extent to which those perceptions correspond with economic realities." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Will Scott, Wendell Larsen, Robert M. McElwaine, William Broomfield, Carl D. Pursell, Donald W. Riegle, James J. Blanchard, Robert N. Davis, Donald J. Pease, Floyd J. Fithian, James R. Jones, Robert S. Ingersoll, Robert E. Herzstein, Robert D. Hormats, Harry Kopp, Amitai Etzioni, Stephen D. Cohen, Thomas M. Hout, Gary R. Saxonhouse, John Messer, William Pedersen, Frank LoCascio, Eugene Parrington, James Trenz, Jack Maisel, James Carney, Richard Vetter, Art Gundershein, and John DiGirolamo.

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1981
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