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We can give you everything that you need in The Wall Street Journal. With its plunging stock market and depressed corporate profits, the Japanese system was now paying the price for its reliance on regulation and protectionism, Zinsmeister concluded.

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Your paper should be leading in this effort. He sent it to me, and I began circulating a revised version among Japan-hands in the U. To help frame these issues, I asked Murray about a memo sent earlier this month by departing Journal feature writer Joshua Prager, who accused the newspaper of abandoning long-form journalism.

Our comments and interpretations are made from a definite point of view. Software for the service was to be distributed on disks and users would dial in to retrieve updates.

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By contrast the American teachers long ago disappeared as independent entities or have left the industry altogether. He agreed to run a version of the letter, with all the signatures, that was about half as long as what we had originally submitted. The report prompted some governmental agencies in Malaysia to conduct an investigation into the allegation. For example, the Journal was a major supporter of the Chinese yuan 's peg to the dollar, and strongly disagreed with American politicians who criticized the Chinese government about the peg. Major sections called Your Money and At Leisure are introduced and the Opinion section is given more prominence in the site navigation. Zinsmeister known more about MITI's history and its policies, he would have realized that there were other and more probable explanations for its attitude toward Sony. Bolstered by MITI's negotiating muscle, various fledgling Japanese computer companies formed alliances with American computer giants in the s. Your paper should be leading in this effort.

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The Wall Street Journal reported the plan to drop coverage stemmed from new health care requirements under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Murray: No, I thought it was a little exaggerated, actually.

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Zinsmeister maintains the Japanese steel industry has been a "net drag" on Japan's national income. The situation is similar with hard-disk drives and with palmtops. Few who have studied Japan's technology import policies doubt that the state's role was pivotal not only in ensuring that Japanese industry tapped in quickly to the most advanced American and European breakthroughs but did so at stunningly low cost. And they were good stories, but— Murray: Oh, they were good. People will say we are conservative or even reactionary. The Wall Street Journal reported the plan to drop coverage stemmed from new health care requirements under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Journal editorials worked from the premise that government intervention must, always and everywhere, depress economic performance. Zinsmeister mentions, and cartelization of component markets. The Dow Jones leadership in general, and Bartley in particular at this meeting, have replied again and again about the need for open criticism and free debate. When Western economists ask this question, they usually mean whether Japan has met ideal standards of allocative efficiency, as prescribed by neoclassical economic theory. The Inside Today box is improved shortly after the redesign is launched to give even more prominence to online exclusives, such as columnists and interactive graphics. For years the Journal and Dow Jones had fought the good fight against the Singapore government on issues of free expression. Bartley served — were especially influential in providing a conservative interpretation of the news on a daily basis.

Zinsmeister's one-dimensional terms but is manifestly sensible from the Japanese perspective.

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