What Can U.S. Learn From Japan's Economic Crisis?

Lessons From Japan

Japan weathered an economic crisis of its own nearly two decades ago. Like the U.S., its financial crisis began in the real estate market. Economists who have studied the crisis say the experience offers valuable lessons for the U.S.



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