Business Digest and Investment Weekly Volume 2

Business Digest and Investment Weekly Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ... holdings on Dec 31, 1916, amounted to 714,000,000 yen, an increase over the year preceding of 203,000,000 yen; 227 million yen were held in Japan and 487 million yen abroad. In analyzing the foreign trade statistics, it is striking to see the part played by the United States in Japan's trade. In the first ten months of I916, 30 per cent of the total export trade and over 25 per cent of the total import trade was with America. Imports into Japan from the United States were more than twice what they were in I914, and exports from Japan to the United States increased by 60 per cent. The need for this gold, it now appears, may have been to rovide a basis for French credits, and therefore it is a question whet er the Japanese bankers will find it necessary to carry out their intention of importing $50,000,000 in gold before September, as announced recently. JERSEY CENTRAL TRACTION CO. Merger Approved. C. 6' F. Chron. June 2 'i7 p. 2:35. 300 words. their products to any irregular channels. Special conditions in some instances have brought pressure to bear upon advertisers who might not have yielded to the ordinary strain of competition. Trade Commission inquisitors have been told that Proctor & Gamble took to the retailers not from motives of economy, but by reason of a desire to keep more closely in touch with their goods 'and with competitive conditions. In the case of Heinz and the National Biscuit Company, there was ascribed the motive attributed to Proctor & Gamble, with the further ambition to "keep an eye on the quality of the goods." In order to get close to their ultimate market and to provide for the prompt replacement of any goods that might deteriorate with age, these advertisers were more

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  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 685g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236991745
  • 9781236991744