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Time to recalculate

8 March 2006 By Edward Hadas

The Bank of Japan is close to introducing positive interest rates. It will be the end of a painfully slow recovery from 1980s speculation. Zero Japanese rates have helped support a bout of global borrowing madness. Investors could find the return to financial sanity tough.

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