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April 24th, 2009
Episode 324 of 1666 episodes
Kazumasa Iwata, head ofthe JapaneseCabinet Office's Economic and Social Research Institute, discusses moving towards a low-carbon society, Japan's response to the financial crisis, and in terms of the U.S.-Japan relationship, the growing threat of trade protectionism.
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