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10 November 2016 By Quentin Webb

The yen and Japanese stocks whipsawed after the U.S. presidential election. At least for now it looks as if Tokyo will be spared a painfully strong currency. That still leaves the challenges of rising protectionism, economic uncertainty and a weaker U.S. commitment to the region.

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