Cover: The Concept of Hostile Trade, and a Case Study of Seventeenth Century Japan

The Concept of Hostile Trade, and a Case Study of Seventeenth Century Japan

Published 1965

by Horst Mendershausen, Nancy V. Meyer


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A study of international trade between hostile societies and the interaction of political tensions and trade relations. The Memorandum consists of two parts: (1) a general discussion of the concept of hostile trade, and (2) a case study of Japan's foreign trade in the seventeenth century.

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