Speech by Robert E. Rubin, MAS, 25 Jul

SPEECH - In the MAS Lecture Rubin said that the Japanese economy could experience an upturn if global conditions are reasonable but that the "enormously complicated" structural and fiscal problems Japan faces have in large measure not been effectively addressed. His personal view is that Japan, which experienced such great economic success post WW2, is again likely to do what is needed to get on a successful economic track.

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