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Three arrows, five rings

9 September 2013 By Peter Thal Larsen

Choosing Tokyo to host the 2020 Games has given the country a lift. But expectations that an Olympian investment spree will end deflation are as misplaced as fears that it will trigger a debt crisis. A feel-good effect on consumption is probably the best Japan can hope for.

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