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Japan's business leaders welcome ruling bloc's election success

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Akio Mimura, chairman of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said his organization hopes Kishida will strengthen support for small and mid-sized companies and local economies, while calling on the government to ensure stable energy supplies after Tokyo faced a power crunch recently.

Already fattened on very generous amounts of pork from the Japanese taxpayer treasury, Japan Inc. hope this mandate means even more.

Japanese voters need to realize the interests of the LDP/Japan Inc. oligopoly run totally counter to their own.

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No mention of Kishida's most ambitious plan -- for "a new capitalism" involving a redistribution of national wealth away from the corporates and toward the poor?

Methinks these business leaders are in denial.

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Well, they had a huge role in supporting the ruling bloc so their interests would be protected, the stability they praise is obviously more about keeping things profitable and not about having a government focused on the needs of the average citizen.

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We take this election result as the people choosing stability and we welcome the results," Sakurada, who represents the organization also known as Keizai Doyukai, said in a statement.

If falling wages, higher prices of foodstuff, goods and energy is Stability then I don't know what Stability means

Well bringing in more Vietnamese robots to cheaply deploy in convienience store, farms and factories is sure

Stability.

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Lining up to board the first-class seats in the gravy train while the plebs get the bottom of the hull in the Titanic after it hit the iceberg.

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