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Posted in: Gov't eyes new economic package to fight inflation, weak yen See in context

Printing more money to fight inflation is like putting down fire with gasoline.

Then Kishida advice to start investing when everything is collapsing.

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Posted in: Japan to invest ¥1 tril in human resources development over 5 years See in context

On rising inflation, Kishida is expected to warn that electricity prices could surge over a period through next spring and, in order to offset the burden on households and businesses, he will call for "unprecedented and drastic measures,"

In order to offset the burden on household and businesses he will call to save power so your will pay less for electricy! GENIUS!!

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Posted in: Young women in Japan want only one child or none at all: survey See in context

Young women wants smartphone.

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Posted in: Kishida pitches Japan's permanent investment tax break at New York bourse See in context

Kishida said such tax incentives are necessary because Japan has 2,000 trillion yen in personal financial assets but "only around 10 percent" is invested in stocks.

So it is better to buy now Japanese stocks as when this personal financial assets starts to flow in to the market the will be a great time to cash out.

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Posted in: Micronesia denounces Japan's plan to release Fukushima water into Pacific See in context

We don't really know what Japan will be dumping in the ocean. They say it is water with tritium but who really knows what else will or is in that water.

The contaminated water should be kept in Japan and use for the crops or in the rice fields.

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Posted in: Central banks worldwide tighten policies to cool inflation See in context

Soon YEN will join its Turkish friend.

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Posted in: Japan intervenes in currency market buying yen for dollars for first time since 1998 See in context

Sell your YEN until you still can!

Intervention won't help in a long run! When Japan will run out of foreign currency reserves then YEN will skyrocket back to 145 and then even to the higher level!

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Posted in: Over 75s top 15% of Japan's population for 1st time See in context

30% of the population is 65+ and within 10-20 years 40% of the population should be 65+

I don't see a bright future for Japan.

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Posted in: How the strong U.S. dollar can affect everyone See in context

Sell your YEN until you still can!

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Posted in: Kishida cabinet support rate drops to 40.2%: poll See in context

Old news, according to some other survey it is already 29%

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Posted in: 60% of people with foreign roots questioned by Japanese police: survey See in context

Not surprised at all, and it is not only police.

Recently I send an inquiry in Japanese about apartment that I saw on the internet and the real estate agent answered.

It is hard to rent it to foreigners.

So it is not only Police it is the whole system created to abuse foreigners.

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Posted in: 'Unprecedented' super typhoon approaches southern Japan See in context

I don't think that we need special measurements. It is just another Taifun.

I really think mass media in Japan overdoing it!

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Posted in: 40% of evacuees from Afghanistan have left Japan over poor support See in context

Did they choose death over staying in Japan? Not surprised at all.

Bet it is going to happen with Ukrainians too.

Even foreigners start to understand what kind of country Japan truly is.

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Posted in: Japan warns of intervention; BOJ conducts 'rate check' over yen's fall See in context

Sell your YEN until you still can!

I've been saying that for a long time!

Don't get fooled by the intervention as they will use foreign currency reserves to buy YEN. However, when they will run out of reserves then YEN will devaluate even more and without reserves Japan will bankrupt!

Think wisely you have maybe last one chance!

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Posted in: Is a completely cashless society desirable? See in context

Impossible to implement at least here in Japan. What they will do if there won't electricity due to a strong earthquake or other natural disasters?

The second issue is an aging society. Soon 25%-30% of Japan will be 65 and over which. It is more and more difficult for older people to catch up with technology.

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Posted in: Sony withdraws from music business in Russia See in context

They should have done that a long time ago. Good move.

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Posted in: Deepening Tokyo Olympics bribery scandal casts shadow over 2030 bid See in context

Who would think that there might be some positive outcome from this bribery scandal if they will lose Sapporo Winter Olympics!

Sapporo people doesn't want it, Japanese people doesn't want it. No one else wants it beside politicians I suppose...

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Posted in: Gov't unveils inflation-relief package See in context

50 000yen for tax exempt low income families.

While the rest of us gets nothing just higher food prices.

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Posted in: Half of Japan's ruling LDP lawmakers had ties with Unification Church See in context

Don't get fooled, just half of them been caught.

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Posted in: Yen tumbles to lower 144 range against U.S. dollar See in context

Sell your YEN until you still can as I told you since long time ago.

I can hear voices that it is good for export, but who is going to work in Japan?

Society is ageing, birthday is at lowest ever, foreigners doesn't want to come to work in Japan anymore due to collapsing economy, factories are gone mostly move to China and Vietnam lont time ago.

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Posted in: Gov't starts consultation service for people having trouble with Unification Church See in context

They should clean the government from politicians with ties to Unification Church but since there are so many of them involved they decided to set up a line so regular folks can make complains.

I told you guys Unification Church is so deeply rooted there is no way to stop it.

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Posted in: Number of female university teachers in Japan at record high See in context

obladiToday  07:15 am JST

Well, it only took a few dacades, but the numbers are finally starting to change. Better late than never.

Yes, and the funniest thing is that the Japanese population is aging so there won't be a need for so many teachers in the future.

With less demand and a higher ratio of teachers mean lower wages and unemployment.

But I'm happy we finally got there.

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Posted in: Kishida says gov't panel on inflation and wages to meet Friday See in context

More printing and packages mean higher inflation.

They need to do that guys, they need higher inflation and weaker yen to devaluate this 236% debt to GDP. If they manage to achieve 200yen per dollar then debt will be slashed by half.

So sell your Yen until you still can, get some physical Gold.

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Posted in: At least 146 LDP lawmakers have had dealings with Unification Church See in context

I told you it is so deeply rooted that I don't think it will be possible to cut the ties with Unification Church.

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Posted in: Japan’s super tight jobs market fails to deliver egalitarian promise See in context

Well I'm not surprised that wages are decreasing in Japan.

Japanese are very inefficient workers or maybe the companies in Japan are inefficient, either or it takes a lot of people to do one simple task in Japan.

In Europe the same task is done by one person in Japan 2-3 have to work on it.

They need to learn how to multitask and be more efficient.

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Posted in: Unification Church's donation coercion in Japan is problem: ex-exec See in context

Ties with Unification Church are in my opinion deeply rooted into the Japanese politics and nothing is going to change it.

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Posted in: Japan warns of impact of yen's rapid depreciation to 24-year low See in context

Sell your YEN until you still can!

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Posted in: Robot that stocks drinks is newest thing at FamilyMart in Japan See in context

gogogoToday  07:08 am JST

Who stocks the shelf that the robot uses ?

The answer to your question is a foreigner.

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Posted in: Yen sinks to new 24-year low against dollar See in context

Guys I told you since 120yen per dollar to:


Now we reached 140 but our target is 145 after that Japan's bankruptcy might begin if not 200-250 level.

Those guys can't stop printing people are too much in debt. It is better to buy GOLD.

Take care of yourself and your money!

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