Ministry of International Trade and Industry

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Ministry of International Trade and Industry

A former cabinet-level department of the Japanese government. It was responsible for directing private investment and setting business policy. Because garnering favor with the ministry was key to success in business, it was considered one of the most powerful Japanese ministries. It was merged into the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in 2001.
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* MITI sets up camps and/or forms local networks to recruit suitable candidates.
"With the imposition of anti-dumping duties on imports of CRSS from the alleged countries, it is expected that the issue of unfair trade practices will be addressed," the MITI added.
On the other hand, the industrial adjustment policy by MITI was criticized by the US in the context of bilateral economic friction in the 1980s.
The first five items on the CEQ individually correspond to each of the five global variables of the MITI. The next five items ask participants to estimate the proportion of the different behavior counts using a three-point scale.
Come si e alluso piu su, a concludere il capitolo sul secolo sedicesimo, abbiamo una ricca sezione dedicata allo studio delle rappresentazioni iconografiche dei miti venatori classici.
After the interval the Danes showed their class as Hojer got his second of the afternoon with a superbly placed header and his strike partner Miti soon doubled his tally.
Steffen Hojer bagged goals two and three either side of the break, and Miti took advantage of calamitous defending to slide the ball past Robert Robinson for a fourth on 67 minutes.
La Micali continua mostrando come Bontempelli con la suddivisione della storia della civilta occidentale in 3 epoche, Classica, Romantica e Contemporanea, argomenta la necessita di elaborare "miti popolari" con nuovi contenuti e forme, per essere comprensibili e godibili da tutti.
The top bureaucrat at MITI even compared his team to Napoleon and Clausewitz.
With centre-backs Phil Gilchrist and Sigurdsson struggling to settle, Miti made the most of their indecision by ball-juggling a long Hojer pass away from them before poking the ball past Russell Hoult.
Sakamoto entered MITI, the predecessor of the Economy, Trade and Industry Ministry, in 1962.
A graduate of the University of Tokyo's Faculty of Law, Watanabe entered MITI in 1964 and headed the Machinery and Information Bureau and the Industrial Policy Bureau before rising to the top position.