Net Shopping: Why Japan Won’t Take the Plunge Feb 18, 2001 / Comment / 132 views / / Favorite 0Article looks at how poor utilization of credit cards and the arcane infrastructure in place to support them are hurting online sales in Japan. Content: Article Author: Ken Belson Source: BusinessWeek Subject: International – AsiaRelated ContentDarkness Before The Dawn Global Window: A Business Resource on Japan Hidden Power Inside the Bank of Japan Japan Information Network Japan Internet Communications Service Japan’s Lost Decade: Lessons for America Japan’s Net Builders Japan’s New Wave of M&A Japan: Land of the Hostile Takeover? Music CD and DVD sales in Japan dying; Western music biggest loser Reversing Japan’s Downward Spiral Strategic Issues in Japanese Subsidiaries The Art and Practice of Japanese Management The Corporate Governance Gap Between the U.S. and Japan The Economic Impact of an Aging Japan The Japanese Approach to Innovation: Research for D&M The Keiretsu System: Cracking or Crumbling? (.pdf) The Panic Spreads The Private Equity Invasion of Japan The Social Contradictions of Japanese Capitalism This Time, Japan’s Recovery Seems for Real Unsung Hero Like this content? Why not share it?Post navigation← Previous postTen attributes of a successful e-businessNext post →Marketing Yourself to the Top Business SchoolsMore Related PostsU.S. and Japanese Firms Differ on H.R. EmphasisThe Japanese Mobile Music DifferenceAmbassador for the Asian CenturyAd Spending in JapanSecuring India’s Place in the Global EconomyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting. Receive a monthly newsletter of new content added (no spam) This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.