Scenes of a Stagnant Japanese Economy
A homeless man lies in a Sendai park. Though the local leadership says it intends to create jobs by attracting factories to the region, Japan as a whole suffers from excess capacity, so companies have less incentive to invest heavily in new facilities, while many manufacturers prefer to build plants overseas, where costs are lower or markets are expanding.
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