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Poisoned sushi

10 February 2009 By Martin Hutchinson

Policymakers blame Japan’s peculiar recession on the yen’s strength. Manipulating the currency’s value could export the country’s problems to the world and risks competitive devaluations that could exacerbate the growing protectionist environment.

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