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Stimulus seppuku

7 April 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

For believers in fiscal boosts, Japan is a paradox. With no bursting bubble and relatively larger stimulus plans than the US, it still has a deeper recession. It could be that public debt at 175% of GDP is suffocating private investment that might otherwise restore growth.

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