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ECONOMY JAPAN YEN BUSINESS
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January 07, 2002
Japanese business leaders Takashi Imai (L), chairman of the Japan
Federation of Economic Organisations...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE BUISNESS LEADERS IMAI AND OKUDA WELCOME GUESTS AT A NEW YEAR
PARTY IN TOKYO.
Japanese business leaders Takashi Imai (L), chairman of the Japan
Federation of Economic Organisations (Keidanren), and Hiroshi Okuda,
chairman of the Japan Federation of Employers' Association (Nikkeiren)
welcome a guest at a New Year party hosted by the economic groups in
Tokyo January 7, 2002. Okuda said on Monday that he expected the yen to
move between 130 and 140 per dollar in 2002. Imai on Monday said that
the current weakness of the yen would be positive for Japan's economy
because it would help exporters, particularly in the electronics
sector. REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi

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