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Japan: Monetary Madness in Times of Unsustainable Deficits?

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Tue, 2 Apr 2013

Unsustainable debt. Depression-era fiscal policy. Monetary madness. Welcome to Japan. You may not live or invest in Japan, but your investments may well be affected by what is unfolding in the Land of the Rising Sun. Be prepared. Japan’s government has vowed to end deflation by pursuing both depres

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