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More than unfortunate

27 January 2012 By Ian Campbell

Japan’s 2011 catalogue of disasters drove up fuel imports and put trade in deficit for the first time in 31 years. But the deficit still matters. With Europe weakening and the yen strong, Japan can’t afford to rely on exports. The debt-ridden economy must do more to help itself.

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