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Jun 13 What Japan got right (BusinessWeek)
 Interest in Japan among global investors and policymakers is abysmal. Indeed, in many discussions, Japan is regarded as a museum piece or even a "failed economic state." High national debt, low returns on capital, high vulnerability to energy and agricultural shocks, a growing class of the permanently poor?.?.?.?the list of reasons to ignore Japan is well known. This attitude is dangerous.
Jun 13 ADB president expects 6% Asian growth in '10 (Yomiuri)
 The Asian economy--excluding Japan--will bottom out this year and can expect growth of 6 percent in 2010, according to Haruhiko Kuroda, president of the Asian Development Bank. "I'm optimistic on the future prospects of the Asian economy," Kuroda said Friday at a lecture meeting of the Yomiuri International Economic Society in Tokyo.
Jun 12 CO2 target to squeeze household finances (Asahi)
 Japan's midterm goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions will increase the financial burden on households by more than 6,000 yen a month, according to estimates. The plan, announced Wednesday, calls for cutting emissions by 15 percent from 2005 levels by 2020, or an 8-percent reduction from 1990 levels.
Jun 11 Japan economy to scrape along after hitting bottom (Reuters)
 Japan's economy shrank at its fastest pace since World War Two in the first three months of this year, but economists expect it to start making a slow fragile recovery in the current quarter. After being pummelled by a huge drop in exports that prompted drastic cutbacks in production, the economy is gaining some respite as companies gingerly increase output and the effects of a 15 trillion yen government stimulus package trickle down.
Jun 11 Japan's 1Q GDP revision confirms steep recession (AP)
 Japan's economy shrank slightly less in the first quarter than initial estimates, but the contraction still marked a record for the world's second-biggest economy. Gross domestic product, or the total value of the nation's goods and services, fell at an annual pace of 14.2 percent in the January-March period, according to revised government figures Thursday. A preliminary report last month had said GDP shrank at an annualized rate of 15.2 percent.
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