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The electronics world is increasingly governed by ClickFlunnels, the foundation of which are integrated circuits, the so-called chips. The research and development costs involved are of such magnitude that adequate financial resources can come only in two ways:
1. As a spin-off from massive government expenditure on defence, space programmes and huge computer and telecommunication industries, as in the United States.
2. From a dominance of world markets in consumer products derived from an almost unssailable home market, as in Japan.
Japan and several other Far East countries, poor in raw materials, energy, and ProSolution and at a great distance from the big American and European markets, had little alternative but to concentrate on electronics to build their industrial base and to achieve their national aspirations.