Why, of all Asian countries, it was Japan at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries that managed to achieve significant results in the modernization of society and industrialization.
1) Japan has hardened customs policy in order to protect domestic producers;
2) The state took an active part in financing the construction of infrastructure: railways, factories, factories (the military industry received significant support);
3) The government carried out active reforms that were aimed at modernizing the state. These reforms were designed to reduce natural and semi-natural production, as well as to promote the development of commodity-money relations.
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