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Empire of Japan
also called Additional Economical Information and Dates of Empire of Japan and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. In 1893 naval construction was in the range 177,000 to 1,528,000 tons

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 7, 2009
  2. Japan's exports grew from 144 million to 5,331 million yen (¥)

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  3. a term from the half century up to 1999

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  4. This amounted to a share of world trade of only 3.7%, compared with 13.7% for the United Kingdom or 11.8% for the United States

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  5. The Great Depression of the 1930s also resulted in imports exceeding exports by ¥1,000 million

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