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Relative Productivity Levels Of Japanese Industries, As Compared To The Productivity Of Comparable U.S. Industries

Chart representing relative productivity levels of Japanese industries, as compared to the productivity of comparable U.S. industries. U.S. industry productivity is represented as a baseline 100. Chart shows that Japanese steel manufactures score above 140 on this relative scale, and Japanese metal working, car, and consumer electronics manufacturers score roughly 120, but Japanese retail, housing construction, and food processing industries score roughly 40.

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Updated August 24, 2015