The Re-Awakening of Japan


From the long stagnation of the ’90s to the change of tack in 2003. From the Koizumi reforms to the first steps of the Abe government. From the relationship with China and India to those with Europe and Italy. Corrado Molteni, Professor at the Statale University of Milan, is one of Italy’s principal experts on Japan and in this exclusive interview tells us how Asia’s greatest economic power is changing. As to the assumed preferential relations with China…

From the long stagnation of the ’90s to the change of tack in 2003. From the Koizumi reforms to the first steps of the Abe government. From the relationship with China and India to those with Europe and Italy. Corrado Molteni, Professor at the Statale University of Milan, is one of Italy’s principal experts on Japan and in this exclusive interview tells us how Asia’s greatest economic power is changing. As to the assumed preferential relations with China…

 

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