Why Japan Is Stuck
Decades from now, people may still be arguing over one of the most intriguing economic mysteries of the 1990s: How did a country as rich and sophisticated as Japan fall into a liquidity trap, a bizarre state of affairs in which even near-zero interest rates fail to get banks lending, businesses investing, consumers spending, and the real economy moving?
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