A noted asset manager and Japan analyst describes how Japan is taking steps toward renewed economic growth and securing a place in the new world order. He predicts that recent changes such as expansion of manufacturing facilities abroad and dependence on foreign labor will necessitate an aggressive new foreign policy and an active new military.
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