This book examines how Japanese industry has adapted and revitalized itself during and after the long post-Bubble recession of 1991-94. Through their combination of economic overviews, industry studies and workplace observations, the authors provide a depth of information both on the competitive challenges and employee conditions of Japanese companies. The current performance of Japanese industry is compared with the revived American dynamism, ending up in a critical question: What is the future for European industry ?CNC machines Small and medium-sized CNC lathes and machining centres accounted for nearly half the total ... later Makino Milling Machine developed the first Japanese NC milling machine in co-operation with Fuji Tsushinki (now Fanuc). ... In 1994 it was 79.2% (JMTBA, Machine Tool Statistics Handbook, 1994 : 10).
|Title||:||The Resilience of Corporate Japan|
|Author||:||Christian Berggren, Masami Nomura|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 1997|