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Unhelpful teacher

12 March 2014 By Edward Hadas

When economists project low or falling prices in the euro zone, they often look to Japan for lessons. Some Japanese experience is undoubtedly relevant. But Edward Hadas says differences in stock markets, workforce, and financial politics are greater than the similarities.

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