Guide to economic laws of Japan.

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Kobunsha , Tokio
Finance, Public -- Japan -- Law, Corporation law -- Japan, Corporations, Foreign -- Japan, Foreign exchange -- Law -- Japan, Taxation -- Japan -
ContributionsJapan. Laws, statutes, etc.
LC ClassificationsHJ1988 J3 A5
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