January 2010
Japan Country Profile;2010, p1
Country Report
The article offers information on the social, economic, and political conditions in Japan in 2010. It says that the political change in the country impedes U.S. relations while the government formed a budget screening session to assess wasteful expenditure for 2010 budget. It mentions that the deflation is expected to continue in 2010 while economic condition deteriorates. It notes the progress of social expenditure and the decline in labor force.


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