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China to Learn From Japan
World Economy

China to Learn From Japan

Chinese regulators are turning to recent Japanese history for economic lessons, determined to keep the world’s second biggest economy from taking the same path of recession and deflation that has blighted its neighbor for the past 20 years, Xinhua said. China is not a single bit interested in Japan’s successes. Their biggest interest is in Japan’s mistakes.

 

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