The House of Nomura. The Rise to Supremacy of the World's Most Powerful Company: The Inside Story of the Legendary Japanese Dynasty

By: ALLETZHAUSER, AL

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The House of Nomura. The Rise to Supremacy of the World's Most Powerful Company: The Inside Story of the Legendary Japanese Dynasty by ALLETZHAUSER, AL
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London.: Bloomsbury.. 1990.. Black and white photographic illustrations, xxiii + 343pp, index, elegant bookplate tipped in front free endpaper, priceclipped dustjacket slightly rubbed, good copy. "The House of Nomura is a major work of finance, big business, and politics by the only Westerner who has gained access to the inner sanctum of Nomura Securities, the Nomura family records, and to the amazing cast of characters that make up the Nomura dynasty. Nomura Securities is so powerful that the Japanese Ministry of Finance consults the company on all major policy decisions. Nomura's hold on the United States is surprisingly strong: its penetration of the US bond market is such that were Nomura to cease purchasing US Treasury Bonds, the American economy would be at grave risk." Publisher's description. .

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