By P. Haghirian
This present day Japan continues to be the second one biggest and most vital buyer marketplace on this planet. This book discusses the improvement of jap consumerism, particularities of jap client behaviour and purchaser rights, new buyer teams and rising pattern within the jap marketplace.
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Quality in Japan is a property that must permeate every aspect of a product, including continuous attention to improvement. If Japanese customers are satisfied with the quality of the product a company is offering they might buy from this company again. However, if the Japanese customers are dissatisfied with the quality then they will usually never again buy a product from this company, and the reputation of the firm could be spoiled for years (Haghirian, 2010). The same attitude can be found towards services.
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