Abe Says Japan Deflation Has Ended; Aims for Growth

June 25 (Bloomberg) -- Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe talks about the nation's economy and government policies. Abe, speaking yesterday in an interview with Bloomberg News at his official residence in Tokyo, said the deflation that wiped out much of Japan’s growth the past 15 years has ended and will be thwarted by new government policies designed to encourage business expansion. (This is a translated excerpt. Source: Bloomberg)

Why a U.S. Missile Defense System Is Angering China
51:11 - A U.S. missile defense system being deployed in South Korea is rubbing China the wrong way. The Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system, known as Thaad, is supposed to help South Korea protect itself from a North Korean military attack. But China sees Thaad as a threat. Bloomberg QuickTake Q&A looks at why and what China is doing about it. (Source: Bloomberg)
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