Cherry Blossoms?

Ferguson, Tim
April 2010
Forbes Asia;Apr2010, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p5
The article presents information related to the economic conditions in Japan as of April 2010. It is sated that Japanese manufacturing technology remains along with the envy of the world Germany with increase in retail sales and the Nikkei index. It is mentioned that enormous government debt is possessed by Japan with a decline of 8.4% in gross domestic product (GDP) in the Great Recession.


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