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In the Kan

12 July 2010 By Tim Kelly

Markets barely blinked as the DPJ lost control of Japan’s upper house. But the result looks positive for the country’s indebted economy. The DPJ may now have to ally with the fiscally conservative Your Party to push policy through. That makes action on the deficit more likely.

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