Japan's Sweet Market Music

Delfeld, Carl
December 2005
Forbes Asia;12/26/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 9, p63
The article reports on the growth of Japan's economic indicators. After a long winter Japanese markets have reached a five-year high, with foreign investors doing the bulk of buying. Eager investors are clinging to the cleanup of Japan's financial sector, an export surge to China and signs of a slight rebound in real estate prices and consumer spending.


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