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Robin Harding
Tokyo bureau chief for the Financial Times. Recovering Fed-watcher. Blathering here about Japan and the global economy.
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Richard McGregor Nov 18
A much under-estimated phenomenon. Every Japanese nationalist I visited at home researching 'sreckoning had a picture of Judge Pal on the mantelpiece.
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Katie Martin Nov 16
This is excellent from on Blackpool's massive net imports of people suffering Shit Life Syndrome. Read it.
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Atif Mian Nov 14
A very sad day at Princeton. Our friend and colleague Uwe Reinhardt passed away. Uwe was a tremendous scholar and teacher - one of the very best - with deep interest in everything that touched public interest. /1
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Robin Harding Nov 8
Who could he possibly have in mind?
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Demetri Sevastopulo (FT) Nov 8
Good to see has a good morning read on his desk
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derry Nov 8
Excellent article from @JohnKayFT
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Robin Harding Nov 6
Replying to @JDMayger
Fair enough, but I'm not sure the distinction makes a difference. Asahi reports it as 米国とのFTA交渉入りに否定的な考えを示した。
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Robin Harding Nov 6
Replying to @JDMayger
The Nikkei and Asahi stories don't suggest a "just". 「貿易赤字があるのは事実。ただ、(是正を)FTA(自由貿易協定)でやることはしない」
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Robin Harding Nov 6
"We're not going to do an FTA," says finance minister Taro Aso, now that Trump is safely out of the way.
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Dan Roberts Nov 4
The outgoIng London bureau chief of the New York Times rightly pulling no punches
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Robin Harding Nov 2
Replying to @CardiffGarcia
Congrats Cardiff. We’ll miss you.
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Robin Harding Oct 30
Replying to @Hotters_says
Regrets, I don’t know anything about this story.
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Robin Harding Oct 25
It's enough to drive you loony
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Robin Harding Oct 24
Replying to @anoushasakoui
OTC generics are a different matter. Forces Stiglitz mentions definitely apply. US still not bad in international comparison, for now.
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Robin Harding Oct 24
Replying to @anoushasakoui
I strongly agree with his broader thesis but drugs are patented everywhere. Higher US prices are due to weakness of buying side.
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Robin Harding Oct 24
Replying to @anoushasakoui
That surely isn't true. Same drug companies everywhere. Just in the US there's no monopoly *buyer* like the NHS.
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Robin Harding Oct 23
Replying to @Jonathan_Webb_
Quite. It's heartening that she won but it clearly cost her a lot of votes.
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Robin Harding Oct 23
The Constitutional Democrats did so well in Tokai they lost a seat because they didn't nominate enough PR candidates.
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Robin Harding Oct 22
This by is good. Re Japan, the labour mkt has been slack for 25 yrs - doesn’t refute the Phillips Curve.
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you Oct 21
雨の日の愉しみ
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