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How Low Will the Yen Go: Depression-Era Policies?

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Tue, 5 Mar 2013

When we asked last November whether the yen is doomed, it was before current Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was elected. We have since answered the question in the affirmative. But to understand why we believe the yen might be worthless one day, we look at Japan’s challenges from different angles. Today

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