From Tokyo to Johannesburg

A Study of Japan's Growing Economic Links with the Republic of South Africa
by Yoko Kitazawa, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, World Council of Churches
New York, New York, United States
February 1, 1975
Publisher: World Council of Churches, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
48 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: Japan, United Nations
Language: English
This pamphlet is a review of economic relations between Japan and the Republic of South Africa, which was at the time the subject of considerable discussion at the United Nations. Contents: Section I: Japan's commitment in South Africa's Industrial Development Project • 1. The Sishen-Saldanha Project • 2. The St. Croix Terminal Harbour Construction Plan • 3. Richards Bay Expansion including a new Railway Link from Witbank • 4. ISCOR's R2500 million Expansion Plan • 5. Orange River Development Project • 6. South Africa's Maritime Project • Section II: Uranium Ore and Nuclear Power • 1. Japan-South African Uranium Ore Deals • 2. South Africa's "Self-Reliant" nuclear power development project • Section III: Manufacturing in South Africa - The Japanese Contribution • 1. Automobile Industry • 2. Tire Manufacturers • 3. Electronic and Electric Appliance Industry • 4. Machinery Industry • 5. Japan's Textile Exports to South Africa • Section IV: Japan's Imports from South Africa • 1. Platinum and Gold • 2. Chrome Ore • 3. Agricultural Products • Section V: Financing and Banking Business • Conclusion
Used by permission of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility.