|Report on JAPAN||1|
|Part 1 Introduction Contemporary Japan Chapter 1 Introduction||7|
|Chapter 2 Contemporary Japan||14|
|Part II Australia-Japan Relations||43|
|Chapter 3 Trade Relations||46|
|Chapter 4 Finance and Investment||71|
|Chapter 5 Political Relations||75|
|Chapter 6 Mutual Understanding||81|
|Conclusions and Recommendations||88|
|List of Appendixes Appendix I The Constitution of Japan||93|
|Appendix II Text of Joint Statement||106|
|Appendix III Japan's Significance as a Market for Selected Items 1971-72*||108|
|Appendix IV Historical Notes on Australia-Japan Trade Relations||112|
|Appendix V Map Showing Location of Main Australian Minerals||119|
|Appendix VI Australia: Major Import Items from Japan||121|
|Appendix VII Major Japanese Interests in Australian Minerals Projects||122|
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence.
| author2=Sim, J. P.
| title=Report on Japan
| section=117,p. : ill., diagr., maps(part fold.), tables ; 25cm.
| isbn=0642945411 :
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 2 of 1973
| publisher=[Govt. Pr.]
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