Economic Analysis of the Driving Mechanism of Japan Cement industry Development and Enlightenments

Qian LONG

Abstract


As one of the nations with well-developed cement industry, Japan cement industry has experienced three developing stages since the 1980s under the influence of macroeconomics, resources, and energy. The cement industry in Japan has achieved remarkable results owning to the proper adjustments of its structures and the low-carbon technology innovations. Here, the author aims to unearth the key of success of Japan cement industry by analyzing the driving mechanism of its development from an economic perspective, and thus provide some insights and enlightenments for improving the international competitiveness of China cement industry.


Keywords


Japan cement industry; Driving mechanism; Industrial structure; Circular economy; Enlightenments

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11741

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