YEN FOR JAPAN'S GOODS: Will Riots Hurt Their U.S. Market?

YEN FOR JAPAN'S GOODS

NOW that Japan's rioting leftists had forced cancellation of President Eisenhower's visit while the more moderate Japanese majority looked on ineffectually, what would the effect be on Americans who in recent years had so taken to things Japanese?

In Miami the Television and Electronics Service Association, representing more than 100 owners, dealers and distributors, voted not to buy, sell or use Japanese products. Miami's East Coast Dry Goods Co. canceled $250,000 worth of orders from Japan; a Miami firm sent back 800 Japanese radios in stock. Ohio's Independent Products...

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