3 edition of Guide to economic laws of Japan found in the catalog.
Guide to economic laws of Japan
Japan. OМ„kurashoМ„. Zaimukanshitsu.
|Statement||by Financial Commissioner"s Office, Ministry of Finance.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9, 876 p.|
|Number of Pages||876|
|LC Control Number||51005215|
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The Meiji Constitution was the organic law of the Japanese empire in effect from to After World War II, there was a major legal reform, and the Constitution was drawn up under the Allied Occupation, with significant American influence.
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