Press: Valuable Hearst

Off to the U. S. to boom sales of Japanese goods last autumn went a trade mission sent by the Osaka branch of the Japan-American Trade Council. Last month the mission returned to Japan, gave an account of its trip which Trans-Pacific, Tokyo English-language newspaper, reported as follows: "Attacks by the Hearst papers were largely responsible for the great success of the trade mission. . . . The mission returned to Yokohama last week on the President Lincoln with the statement that Hearst papers continually criticized Japanese goods as cheap and shoddy....

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