Throwing yen at the Japanese

Francis, David R.
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/22/99, Vol. 91 Issue 59, p6
Focuses on Japan's efforts to put more money into the economy in 1999. How the world markets have responded; The issuing vouchers that can be used at stores in Japan; How this expands the nation's money supply; Interest rates in Japan.


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