Japan held the largest amount of net foreign assets in the world in 2007 for the 17th consecutive year as investors purchased more overseas bonds and stocks to seek higher returns.
Net foreign assets, or the difference between assets and liabilities overseas, rose 16 percent from a year earlier to a record ¥250.2 trillion at the end of 2007, the Finance Ministry said Friday.
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