In Brief

Key insights that the United States can learn from the Japanese recession of the 1990s.

Despite some small signs of optimism about the United States economy, unemployment is still high, and the country seems stalled. Time and again, Americans are told to look to Japan as a warning of what the country might become if the right path is not followed, although there is intense disagreement about what that path might be. NYTimes

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