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Small in Japan

12 September 2018 By Edward Hadas

The country was the king of stocks in 1989, with 32 of the world’s 50 largest listed companies. It hasn’t fully recovered since the crash; only Toyota is left today. Japanese incomes, though, are growing as fast as in any developed economy. For that, market caps hardly matter.

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