Could Japan Shrug Off the Dollar's Dive?
With the yen at a 12-year high against the dollar, and the U.S., a vital export market, in a subprime-fueled funk, Japan's economic growth is looking distinctly wobbly. But could the world's second-biggest economy be more resilient than many pundits and investors believe?
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