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Not beggaring neighbours

31 December 2013 By Andy Mukherjee

South Korea and China are again complaining about Japan’s weak currency. But it’s hard to blame Tokyo. The Bank of Japan’s monetary policy has been unchanged since April. And while Japanese trade is almost balanced, Korea’s current account surplus remains embarrassingly large.

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