What Hope Means in Japan These Days

by Keith Fitz-Gerald.

[Kyoto] – Frustrated by a system that has trapped them in decades of low to no growth, an entirely new generation of Japanese may be working with the most precious of all resources – hope. They’re taking matters into their own hands and going around the traditional Japanese way of doing things. That’s good. The so-called “Lost Decade” is now entering its 3rd lost decade following 8-10 separate bailout failures, depending on how you count the various initiatives o…

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