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East Asia at the crossroads

Is Japan dying? (Source: PBT Consulting) Today, East Asia is widely acclaimed for decade upon decade of economic success. Yet this success rests on a very fragile foundation—an aging population with the world’s lowest fertility. This situation is viewed with surprising indifference by East Asians and Westerners alike. As with so many other things, we prefer to see tomorrow through yesterday’s eyes.
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Japan's Tsunami Disaster Brings Commodity and Product Shortages

Business & Finance : Spend Matters (4 years ago)

Based on our survey of a wide range of secondary sources, it appears that commodity and product shortages have already hit Japan and will soon spread into Asia and potentially the rest of the world. For many commodities, suppliers w... Read Post

Everything you need to know about Japan's population crisis

Business & Finance : The Week: World Business (10 months ago)

Why is Japan in trouble? The Japanese now have one of the lowest fertility rates in the world, and at the same time, one of the highest longevity rates. As a result, the population is dropping rapidly, and becoming increasingly weig... Read Post

Japan Falls into Recession

Business & Finance : Global Edge (2 hours ago)

After nearly two decades of deflation, Japan unexpectedly has fallen into a recession in the third quarter of this year. In a preliminary economic report released by the Cabinet Office on November 17, GDP was reported as falling at ... Read Post


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