[OPE-L:1204] Re: RE: Re: Re: Re: monetary inflows versus capital accumulation

From: Michael J Williams (michael@williamsmj.screaming.net)
Date: Mon Sep 13 1999 - 04:53:53 EDT


Could you please re-send the draft chapter of your next English book in an
earlier version of Word? I can manage anything from Word97 or earlier, but
other comrades may still be using Word6.


Dr Michael Williams
Economics and Social Sciences
De Montfort University
Milton Keynes

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From: makoto itoh <mktitoh@kokugakuin.ac.jp>
To: <ope-l@galaxy.csuchico.edu>
Sent: Monday, September 13, 1999 5:31 AM
Subject: [OPE-L:1198] RE: Re: Re: Re: monetary inflows versus capital

> Dear Fred, Jerry and other friends;
> As for the Japanese financial crisis, let me attach a file in Words 98,
> draft of a chapter of my next English book, The Japanese Economy
> Reconsidered(Macmillan and St.Martin's). Any comments on it are certainly
> welcome. I do not think that the difficlty in Japanese banks will ignite a
> fall in the New York Stock market. Since Japanese banks seems safer than
> before the injection of public money. Japanese money is still going to buy
> US securities and shares. The US bubble will burst rather by its own logic
> just as we saw in the case of Japan, rather than in the subsequent cases
> other Asian crises. The Chinese money may move away more quickly than the
> Japanese in its nature. Are these responses of some help?
> Makoto

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