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96年郵政考題 I lived and worked in the Far East for thirteen years. In my view, the Japanese are doing exactly what we’ve asked them to do—selling us high-quality goods at reasonable prices. The Japanese succeed because they work hard. They are well educated. They are committed to quality. And their... show more 96年郵政考題

I lived and worked in the Far East for thirteen years. In my view, the Japanese are doing exactly what
we’ve asked them to do—selling us high-quality goods at reasonable prices. The Japanese succeed because
they work hard. They are well educated. They are committed to quality. And their government does not burden
the productive economy with unreasonable regulations and misguided tax policies. I’m sure it is tempting to
bash Japan in an election year, but America is starting to behave like the crybaby of the Western world. Not to
be outdone. Some Japanese politicians decided to retaliate. American workers are lazy and unproductive, they
said. Such comments are totally unrealistic. American workers—at least those I know in the petroleum
industry—are as good as any workers in the world. Remember, it was Americans who put out the hundreds of
oil-well fires in war-torn Kuwait. And we did it more quickly and efficiently than anyone dreamed possible.
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