How Japan Vaccinates Its Ce OsKaren Lowry Miller
The president of Misawa Homes Co., a leading Japanese homebuilder, was thrilled to take his company overseas. Last summer, Chiyoji Misawa inked a deal to build houses on resort property near San Francisco. It was his first project in the U. S., but Misawa didn't expect to stop there: He wanted to advance into Hawaii. But his own executives nixed the idea. "That's that," Misawa shrugs. "I can decide I want to do something, but if I don't have employee support, it won't work."
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