LONDON — The reported remarks to members of the foreign press in Tokyo on Oct. 14 by Shizuka Kamei, Japan’s minister for financial issues, made me wonder whether he was living in the real world — where nations are interdependent and must compete to survive.
Was he just dreaming about an idealized and imaginary Japan when it was hailed as “No. 1” economically?
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