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Japan must be vigilant to widening current account deficit: Amari

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Just get well with China, then they will invest 1 trillion dollars in Japanese government. They've been getting tired of funding the US military, and are looking to diversify.

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bulging trade deficit weighed on the country’s balance of payments.

This outcome was already predicted at the beginning of Abenomics.

As Bill Clinton said, "Japan will be in no way out position" caught between two hard rocks.

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You need to thank Abe and Kuroda for making this acheivement possible.

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Japan already charges 55% tax (as of 2015). If it goes any higher, I am out.

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" Japan already charges 55% tax (as of 2015). If it goes any higher, I am out."

Might as well start packing, then. As the economy starts circling the drain faster, governments always always accelerate their various confiscation schemes.

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Restart the nuclear reactors. Problem solved. The US may not like this since they are providing Japan with plenty of LNG.

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The US may not like this since they are providing Japan with plenty of LNG.

The country's LNG comes from the Middle East and Indonesia.

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