In this compact and student-friendly textbook, Robert Taylor explores the ambiguous relationship between the two regions, and explains why its development will be so crucial in the twenty-first century.
1. Introduction: China and Japan in Asia -- 2. The Japanese model of development and China's economic strategy -- 3. Japanese investment in China -- 4. Japan's role in China's world trade -- 5. Greater China: sub-regional economic integration -- 6. Conclusions: the future of Sino-Japanese relations
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