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  • I am unconvinced that the Keiretsu is unique to Japan (even if we ignore direct copies like Korea’s Chaebol) or that they were necessary for Japan’s success.

    Matthew Yglesias » A Patriotic Post

  • The Japanese "Keiretsu" sourcing model in which a single supplier is chosen with "life-long" relationships and is thereby cut off from competitive market forces.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • The Japanese "Keiretsu" sourcing model in which a single supplier is chosen with "life-long" relationships and is thereby cut off from competitive market forces.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • The Japanese "Keiretsu" sourcing model in which a single supplier is chosen with "life-long" relationships and is thereby cut off from competitive market forces.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • Supplier "Keiretsu" (Number of Suppliers) 5th JANUARY 2007 11.

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  • Supplier "Keiretsu" (Number of Suppliers) 5th JANUARY 2007 11.

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  • 'The Keiretsu is the only outfit besides the FFF with resources and money enough to put something like this together. "

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  • Keiretsu, based in Lafayette, Calif., includes 850 members on three continents who meet U.S. government standards for certain private investors, according to the site.

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  • Business owners can complete a fact sheet for screening by Keiretsu members.

    Finding Financing

  • Companies that apply to Keiretsu have typically already raised between $500,000 and $1.5 million on their own.

    Finding Financing

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