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If one were to look at Japan’s financial policies using the common knowledge found in university economic and financial textbooks, one would find that they contain many unfathomable things.

According to theory, if there is a sufficient number of transactions (liquidity) going on in the market and prices are determined through free trading by diverse participants, then it is a good market. Then what is happening in Japan’s financial markets?

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