The Japanese Must Clean Their Own House
The dark practices that have come to light in Japan are not seen by most Japanese as "corruption." They are institutionalized into the fabric of Japanese society. That doesn't mean there are no victims. Obvious ones include consumers and small investors in Japan and competitors overseas. Recently, more and more Japanese have come to believe that their entire business system is being handicapped by the negative impression outside Japan.
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