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Last month I recounted how a top U.S. law firm had agreed to help shadowy Japanese interests try to portray the so-called Comfort Women – the sex slaves grotesquely abused by the Japanese Imperial Army in World War II – as no more than common prostitutes. As I pointed out, the case is totally toxic... Read More
TOKYO. In his blog atForeign Policymagazine, Clyde Prestowitz has reported that the Japanese economy is now being bested by South Korea. Not too surprising, you might think, given the remarkably contrasting tone of the economic news out of the two countries in recent decades. In reality in suggesting that the Koreans have the Japanese “on... Read More
Profitable operations of foreign banks in Seoul, South Korea depend on the policies of the Bank of Korea
"Our problem is how to turn away financing officers from our good friends the foreign bankers without hurting their feelings," said In-Young Chung, the Minister of Finance for the Republic of Korea. His point was that the country's foreign borrowing requirements this year will fall well below earlier forecasts. A year ago, the Bank of... Read More
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