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  1. 1. Business WrittingS1180122 Shota Watanabe
  2. 2. • System• Japan• Current• Foreign countries• Inflation and deflation• Current status
  3. 3. System• U.S. dollar weakens, other currencies will necessarily increase. Currently, the euro is trading a record high of more than $ 1.48 on the dollar.
  4. 4. Japan• Japans economy is in a state of near coma, making it 15 years. Perhaps you remember the Reagan administrations asset bubble occurred when there was forced Japan to allow the yen to the dollar nearly doubled in value, a lot of discomfort about.
  5. 5. Current• As all the worlds major economies except the United States, appeared to mainly primary commodities and food prices, and today, Japan, he is under the influence of inflation.
  6. 6. Foreign countries• Situation in other countries, were all of Japans current economic and other. But I think demonstration against the current political situation of power plants and unknown bad canopy reboot, and will change the mind of foreign merchants, so that I yen rate gradually decreases.
  7. 7. Inflation and deflation• I believe that the current inflation target is the 1%, the Prime Minister would like to raise to 3 percent.
  8. 8. Current status• Compared to the average of 115 during the years before the global financial crisis, the influx of foreigners into Japan, holds an average of about 80 yen to the dollar over the past two years.
  9. 9. Reference• http://archive.redstate.com/stories/economy/wh at_the_strong_yen_means• http://lang- 8.com/361250/journals/1571952/The-current- strong-yen-%2528Today%2527s-Strong-Yen- %2529• http://www.cnbc.com/id/49848091/Are_the_Day s_of_a_Strong_Japanese_Yen_Numbered

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