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Turning the Tables

About The Book

Daniel Burstein, bestselling author of Yen! And Euroquake, returns with strategy and advice for dealing with Japan that could completely reshape the understanding of the US-Japan relationship.

Feeling defeated for years, America’s fear of Japan subsided when the Tokyo stock market crashed and the Japanese economic bubble burst. As a result, it became fashionable to dismiss Japan as a threat.

In the pages of Turning the Tables, global business expert Daniel Burstein warns readers that if Americans ignore Japan, they will be ill-prepared for a Japanese economy that returns leaner, meaner, and more competitive than ever.

Burstein shares advice and strategy on forming a partnership with Japan that could catapult the United States into a position of global leadership in the borderless economy that the world has come to know.

About The Author

Daniel Burstein is the author of five books on global economics and technology trends, including bestselling titles such as Yen! and Road Warriors. He is Senior Advisor at the Blackstone Group, a leading New York investment bank, and makes his home in Connecticut.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster (February 15, 2002)
  • Length: 272 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780743237901

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