Goodman, John
October 2008
Campaign;10/10/2008, Issue 39, p17
Trade Publication
The article presents a viewpoint on Japan's economic condition. Accordingly, the news that the country's prime minister is stepping down, plunging the country into another round of political turmoil and raising possibility of an early general election, it seems to not affect its economy. From an advertising point of view, it is arguable that nothing of because the country's economy is still the second biggest in the world.


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