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Tokyo can issue debt on more favourable terms than any borrower in history, writes Peter Tasker
Japan’s government bond market cannot be dismissed like some crazy aunt in the attic, writes Peter Tasker
A much more urgent task than divvying up the long-term burden is making sure that compensation starts flowing, says Mure Dickie
The question of whether to spend or save is rather less fleeting than the delicate petals
Currency is not unacceptably strong, but it is unacceptably volatile
Minister sees rebound as GDP loss predicted to be less than 0.2%
Who gets the blame if the budget drama ends in meltdown, asks Mure Dickie
Fourth-quarter data confirm Beijing as world’s second-largest economy
What S&P thinks about Tokyo’s creditworthiness is almost irrelevant
Fears that prompted S&P’s downgrade are understandable but misguided, writes Peter Tasker
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