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Industry - a Comparison between Japan and Brazil

Summary: The Japanese are especially skilled at creating high tech products, and are on the cutting edge of technological advances. One of the reasons that this market is advancing so quickly is that the Japanese are very inventive, and this translates to thinking up new ways to advance the high tech market. While Brazil is an economically less developed country, it is very industrialized. This has created solutions to problems, but has brought in new problems that have never had to be dealt with before.
Many people know that the Japanese market is growing at an off the charts rate. This is shown by the fact that many of the high quality products that are imported to the western world are Japanese. The Japanese are especially skilled at creating high tech products, and are on the cutting edge of technological advances. One of the reasons that this market is advancing so quickly is that the Japanese are very inventive, and this translates to thinking up new ways to advance the high tech market. The Japanese are also taking advantage of what they have that many other mass production countries do not. The Japanese market is very successful because it is based on trust and loyalty, where as in America or Britain, employees are often not trusted, and this leads to low moral and lower quality products. Osaka...

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