NEW YORK – Economic and Fiscal Policy Minister Heizo Takenaka said Wednesday that he expects the Japanese economy to recover in the fall, helped by a faster-than-expected pickup in the U.S. economy.
At a lecture in New York, Takenaka also reiterated his stance favoring a weak yen, saying it reflects economic fundamentals in Japan.
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