Japan's Noda on Economy, Island Dispute With China

Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda talks about Japan's economy, implications of the yen's strength and the diplomatic dispute with China over islands claimed by both nations. Noda spoke with Bloomberg's Matt Winkler and Brian Fowler in Tokyo yesterday. (This report is a translation of Noda's remarks in Japanese. Source: Bloomberg)
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