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T he Bank of Japan has come under a lot of fire of late, but there’s at least one thing it can be proud of: the work of former employee Rasa Tsuda.

The 30-year-old, who spent three and a half years at the bank before quitting in 2006 to launch a career in the art world, has displayed the kind of entrepreneurial spirit that would surely please the nation’s economic czars.

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