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June 24, 2012
Japan's fiscal debt estimated at 44 trillion yen or 8.9% of GDP according to report
Japan’s fiscal deficit is around ¥44trn (US$556bn), equivalent to 8.9% of GDP
Forget Greece. Should we be looking to Japan for next debt crisis?
21 May 2012
By Keith Mullin
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