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Moreover, the authorities in each Malay State provided assistance in the development of mines. This included special permission for the use of Malay reserve land, for the laying of cable, and for the construction of a port of shipment. 63 Systematic prospecting in Malaya by Japanese companies was started in 1916 by Kuhara Kogyo (Kuhara Mining, later renamed and hereafter referred to as Nihon Kogyo), as part of Nissan Concern. 64 In 1920, the Ishihara brothers, who had been employees of a local Japanese rubber 24 Postwar Rapprochement of Malaya and Japan plantation, discovered a large iron deposit at Batu Medan, near the town of Batu Pahat in the UMS of Johore.
38 As the British had a possible Japanese attack in mind, they needed to avoid provoking Japan. At the same time, from around 1922, the British authorities became much more sensitive about Japanese activities in Malaya. 40 At this time, warnings similar to those Ridout had made in 1918 often appeared in the local papers and in stronger racial terms. 41 This coincided with the official debate over and restrictive policies regarding the local Chinese and Indians. During 1922 and 1923, there was an official debate on the admission of 'Asiatics', in this case specifically Indians and Ceylonese, into the Malayan Medical Service.
Singapore) with develop the mine in technical cooperation of Ishihara Sangyo returned 1954. Reopened in 1955. Nihon Kogyo (postwar) to resume production after the fall of Singapore, and developed bauxite mines nearbv and new mines in sm(theast Johore to export. Began developing in Endau Iron Mining was lizuka Tekko (prewar) 1937. established in 1956. , Ltd (established jointly by Nihon Kogyo, Gosha, and local Indian mining company) (postwar) Expected to be shortlived in 1941. The mine had been heavily destroyed by the British before the fall of Singapore.
The Postwar Rapprochement of Malaya and Japan, 1945–61: The Roles of Britain and Japan in South-East Asia by Junko Tomaru (auth.)