Examines lobbying and pressure group activities by Japan and their influence on U.S. public policy. Discusses Japanese lobbying efforts relative to other foreign countries, the recruitment of former U.S. trade officials, and the fundamental difference in political and cultural systems that restrict U.S. lobbying efforts in the Japanese policymaking system.
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