A Second Opinion On Japan's Ills
Professor Rudi Dornbusch's advice for the Japanese economy is only partly on target ("What's the weakest link in the world economy? Japan," Economic Viewpoint, Jan. 12). He is right to insist that Japan must discard its tight fiscal policies. And Tokyo must move urgently to rescue its banking system, regardless of justified populist antibank sentiment.
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