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Japan's economy at critical juncture as virus risks growth, Olympics

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By Keita Nakamura

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Japan is not risking anything.

It is already in a recession.

There won’t be an Olympics...

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It is called depression when world is in recession. Know your history please.

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Then correct the YEN to ¥150 to $1.00

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The correct yen dollar rate at the moment would be ¥110-¥115 to $1.

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Japan had been in bad economy all the time, nothing new. I have heard japanese always saying no money but they live on and build big houses ???. Recession depends on Who ???.

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"Recession", "depression"? I don't think so. "implosion" or "collapse" would be nearer the mark this time, given that the conditions will sooner or later be the same the world over..

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