This means higher dividends/share buybacks and lower cross-shareholdings among the industrial zaibatsu
that dominate Japan Inc.
This one just in: Two gigantic Japanese conglomerates, the so-called zaibatsu
, agreed to lend their technical expertise to a critical railway project in Metro Manila.
com/2016/10/08/tekken-7s-new-character-miguel-looks-angry-in-official-1080p-and-4k-screenshots/) DualShockers states that Miguel is blaming the Mishima zaibatsu
for the demise of his sister, so he plans to exact revenge on Jin Kazama in the upcoming installment that is said to be focused on the conclusion of the Mishima clan saga.
It attained its present name when it was spun off after many of the bigger zaibatsu
(business conglomerates) were dissolved by the government in the years following World War II.
In contrast to the chaebols, the zaibatsu
had banks at their centers.
Then, note the strengthening of banks' weight (which can be compared to the shift from zaibatsu
to keiretsu) despite the global context of disintermediation and greater direct access to financial markets in order to fulfill a company's needs.
While such groups (called zaibatsu
in Japan) are thought to have provided coordination for big push growth successfully in pre-second-world-war Japan after a state-run big push failed, it is still being debated whether such a pyramidal business group driven big push coordination exists in developing countries elsewhere in Asia.
Perceived as a threat to the global order, the emergence of communism in Asia after WWII cut short the dismantling of the remaining zaibatsu
The Korean economic structure bears certain similarities with Japan, notably in, for example, the predominance of large conglomerates, with the Korean chaebol modeled on the Japanese zaibatsu
, subsequently known as keiretsu.
At the same time, large trading companies, known as zaibatsu
, flourished due to the unstable markets and rampant inflation.
Among their topics are the historical and financial characteristics of the South Korean zaibatsu
, profit allocation rules to motivate inter-firm network partners to reduce overall costs, measuring performance of an inter-firm network in reducing total lead time for investment recovery, the organizational capacity of master data management for inter-firm integration, and coordinating supply chains by controlling the capacity usage rate in the Japanese car industry.
Cabe resaltar que durante esta epoca, las autoridades japonesas instrumentaron acciones para contrarrestar la crisis economica de 1929, la cual se manifesto de manera directa en muchas pequenas y medianas empresas japonesas, cuya ruina hizo posible el crecimiento de los monopolios, denominados Zaibatsu