Japan

Japan has a market economy. It relies on the production of automobiles, electronics, televisions, and robots. So, it relies on the manufacturing industry. 
Notes Sadly Taken From: http://www.ask.com/question/what-type-of-economic-system-does-japan-have
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Japan's economic system, and the way it deals with money.

China

China has a communistic economic system, though it's coming closer to a mixed economic system.
Notes Sadly Taken From: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_type_of_economic_system_does_China_have#slide2
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China's economic growth.

India

India has a mixed economic system of  socialistic and capitalist.
Notes Sadly Taken From: http://www.ask.com/question/india-economy
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Indian currency.

 
 

The Republic of India

India's government is a federal republic. It's form of leadership is federal. The role of the citizens voting and personal freedoms is  from a parliamentary democracy. The role of the citizens is the same as Japan's.
Notes From: http://teacherpages.hallco.org/webpages/dpeake/units.cfm?subpage=467359
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India's "White House".

The People's Republic of China

China's type of government is a communist government. The form of leadership is unitary. The role of the citizens and personal freedoms is from oligarchy.
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China's Meeting House.

The Constitutional Monarchy of Japan

Japan's type of government is a constitutional monarchy. The form of leadership is unitary. The role of the citizens and personal freedoms is from a parliamentary democracy. The form of leadership is the same as China's. The role of the citizens is the same as India's.
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Japan's general government building.

 

    By:
    BookWorm,
    Glasses Nerd,
    & Brace-Face

    This is our 7 day trip to Asia, visiting important places and monuments.

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