1) Why does Japan have a strong economy?
From around the middle of the 1970's, Japan began to develop extra trades as exports exceeded imports. Japan is split up into 4 islands- Kyushu, Shikoku, Honshu and Hokkaido. Most of the trade occurs in the island of Honshu, Kobe is in this island. Kobe is one of Japan's biggest steel makers and handles more than 12% of Japan's exports. Japan spends around $2900 on imports from a variety of different countries, for example they would import cars like the BMW and Volkswagen from Germany. Japan gain around $2700 from exported goods, these include playstations and mobiles.
Japanese manufacturers of such products as electrical equipment and cars are moving production facilities overseas, moreover, to make up for the costs of the stronger yen--which is a result of Japan's large trade leftover to begin with.…
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