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Should the economy of Japan be more privatized, as with the energy industry?

  • They would be strong.

    Yes, the economy of Japan should be more privatized, as with the energy industry, because they are a strong nation that has a great deal of industry. They can stand on their own and do not need government help to be a strong nation. Japan would profit more without government intervention.

  • Japan has strong industry

    Japan has a strong private sector, especially in relation to technological achievement and corporate efficiency. Private sector spending is almost always better and more efficiently spent, and this would be no different. Especially in the past two decades since the economy has slowed down, Japan might benefit from increased privatization.

  • The economy of Japan should not be more privatized, as with the energy industry.

    The economy of Japan should not be more privatized, as with the energy industry. That is what makes the Japan economy so great is that they are almost open with everything over there. I think that if they start to privatize then the economy will fall and one day they will end up like the rest of us.

  • Tthe economy of Japan should not be more privatized.

    The economy of Japan would not benefit from more privatization. Many of the industries on which the economy of the country rely already suffer from corruption. If these industries became public, the people could have more control over them through elections. Private companies are more opaque and secretive than public ones.

  • It should not.

    The economy of Japan should not be more privatizes as with the energy industry. Privatizing the economy in Japan would only cause issues and nothing good would come from it. It would allow just a few people to control the economy, which history has show time and time again, that it is a bad idea.


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