During the 1970s and '80s economic relations between the Arab Gulf
States and Japan grew enormously. Approximately 65% of Japan's oil
requirements were met from Arab Gulf resources. However, although
Japanese imports of Arab oil comprise the major component of trade,
Arab imports of Japanese goods are also increasing sharply. The
seven Arab Gulf countries, represented by the Petroleum Information
Committee accounted for 8% of Japan's total exports. This book
explores the various avenues of economic co-operation that have
developed between Japan and the Gulf States both in energy and
other areas. It considers the measures that have been taken to
protect the security of oil supply. It reports Japan's co-operation
in the development of the petroleum industry in the Arab Gulf
States. The book also examines the future prospects for economic,
technological and political co-operation between Japan and the Arab
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