Rescue Japan, help world

April 1998
Christian Science Monitor;4/8/98, Vol. 90 Issue 92, p20
Questions whether the barrage of advice for Japan to improve its economy will actually help implement beneficial economic policies there. Efforts to increase consumer spending in a nation known for its penchant for saving money; How a strong Japanese economy affects the economies of other Asian countries and the global economy; Acknowledgment from high ranking officials of the poor state of the Japanese economy; What Europe and the United States need to do to help Japan.


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