Fud, the yen has slipped to its weakest level against the U.S. dollar in nearly eight years. However that means they have to increase prices to maintain there income which hurts their Yen even more as exports go down. It becomes a vicious circle. One way to stop that cycle is to keep prices the same and reduce wages, the method used by most western countries.
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