Lessons From The Japanese crisis

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Toyoo Gyohten, president of the Institute for International Monetary Affairs, says we did not act soon enough to avert the current crisis, and that CEOs must take seriously their leadership responsibilities to put the corporate sector right again. Apart from fiscal stimulus packages, he believes leaders must find ways to stimulate demand, not simply by providing easy credit.

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