Talk:Economy of the Empire of Japan

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Yaciemiento (Spanish) = deposit (English). Charles Matthews 16:20, 21 Apr 2005 (UTC)


This article should provide sources, preferrably online ones. If some vanal comes here and changes a numbre there's only small chance to verify. Pavel Vozenilek 14:35, 30 Apr 2005 (UTC)

historical objetive[edit]

one objetive of economical commercial sections and ancient dates and other relationed if aid to reconstructed at commercial and some aspects of japanese common life style,how theirs thinked and your ideology and local policy. in comparison at present japanese contemporary and your actual lifestyle and political thinking.

other idea if the knowed are the economical resources and your founts for why japanese empire poses monetary resources in your war efforts in pacific conflict.

Sources + mice?[edit]

I came along to clean up this article and stumbled upon this paragraph:

Japan developed 4,000,000 acres (16,000 km²) for rice and 4,000,000 acres (16,000 km²) for rye and mice, and another 3,000,000 acres (12,000 km²) for soybean, wheat, tobacco and cotton. 7% of peasant families were employed in this cultivation which produced 5,000,000 tonnes annually. The harvest supported 1,700,000 cows, 1,400,000 pigs and others.

So, mice? I was thinking it was a typo for rice, but mice was mentioned in the previous few words so that is confusing. Citations are heavily needed in this article to provide verifiability. It may even be best to rewrite this article to start from scratch and provide sources. Could someone clarify what is intended by that sentence? Cowman109Talk 04:39, 15 July 2006 (UTC)