Why Japan Inc. Is Turning Its Back On The Politicians
For decades, it was a familiar Japanese ritual. Every campaign season, the pro-business Liberal Democratic Party, flush with corporate contributions, would trounce smaller opposition parties and install a party elder as Prime Minister. In return, LDP-led governments made sure Japan Inc. didn't face too much foreign competition at home and that domestic consumers bore the cost of their overseas export assaults.
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