Taro Aso


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That's why I think we can do good business together.
Mar 20 2017
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I'm extremely concerned about the risk (Brexit) has on the global economy, financial and currency markets.

The currency markets are particularly making nervous fluctuations and we will watch their activity very closely so that the ongoing movement will not continue, and I hope to see firm intervention whenever necessary.

I'm aware that there are countries that can deploy fiscal stimulus, while others cannot due to their own situations.

I do think where there is fiscal space, the path-way towards growing global demand would be advanced if it's used.

It's clear that recent moves have been rough. I'll keep a close watch on movements in the foreign exchange market.

It was meaningful for us as (the G7) properly recognises that steps we are taking to beat deflation are not aimed at influencing currency markets.

The sufferings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki shall not be repeated. We must devote ourselves to the abolition of nuclear weapons and the realisation of world peace.

I think the LDP party should humbly reflect upon the nation's criticism and make a fresh start.

I believe that a worsening of conditions in the corporate sector is starting to affect households, and therefore Japan's economic situation is becoming even more severe.

The current economic crisis could drastically change the structure of global competition among economies and industries.

I think the global economy has just embarked on building a new world order after such financial chaos, and I understand that Japan has a responsibility to meet expectations it will contribute to finding an answer. Decisive action is called for to tackle such a crisis.

A strong yen isn't all bad for Japan. Let's consider the positives as well. The newspapers are only writing negative stuff and write about it as if the nation was about to go bankrupt tomorrow but that isn't true. Japan is being looked upon by the whole world right now with a sense of hope.

I am determined to win the upcoming election, to revive our country, push on with reform, and launch new ideas.

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