What role did the state in Japan play in the industrial revolution?

The state gave various incentives for the construction of factories, and most importantly, it itself built many enterprises, transferring them later to private hands. By the beginning of the 20th century, all major industries, including the most modern ones, chemical and electrical, were rapidly growing in Japan.

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