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July 08, 2012
Average household debt in Japan 2011 estimated at 4.62 million yen for those of two people or more
households of two or more people holding average debt of ¥4.62 million.(2011).
Savings for average Japanese family top ¥16 million
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Japan Times Newspaper Online
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