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2011-04-13 01:36
It looks like the IMF (or everybody else except me?) underestimates the severity of damage to Japan's economy due to the earthquake and its aftermath. It's appropriate that the IMF has downg… Read More
2011-04-07 12:19
We've just found another victim. His name is Portugal. Portugal gave up its own efforts to solve the financial chaos and asked the EU for help. Portugal is the third country following Greece… Read More
2011-04-06 06:05
One thing that I think curious is overreaction on radiation issues across the US, which dropped two nuclear bombs in Japan. They claim that nuclear bombs helped hasten the end of war so that… Read More
2011-04-05 02:17
Fukushima disaster has shown no sings of abating so far. Worse, radioactive water is leaking into the sea from the nuclear plants.Tokyo Electric Power Co. or TEPCO, which operates Fukushima… Read More
2011-03-30 04:29
I have had a tough time for a while. It's not the earthquake per se, though it has a major impact upon everything around me. I was or have been sick, which has nothing to do with the quake… Read More
2011-03-03 02:36
It would be very hard to see how New Zealand's economy goes after the terrible earthquake that hit the country last month. At least for now, nearly 150 people died, and 200 people are still… Read More
2011-02-24 05:23
(This post is a little bit dated now, because I made a first draft last week. But anyway I'll post it below.)I've got a small doubt in two articles (Washington Post, Bloomberg) that I found… Read More
2011-02-17 06:21
US foreign policy after the former Bush administration's blunder looks like increasingly tough for anybody to have a say in a critical moment like the current turmoil in the Middle East. Hav… Read More
2011-02-14 07:57
Japan's real GDP contracted 1.1% in the last quarter on an annualized basis, according to Cabinet Office.Fine. It isn't supposed to be fine, for God's sake. Contraction is a problem. But Jap… Read More

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