Japan’s economy has been dealt the ‘final blow’ by the coronavirus pandemic, says analyst

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That is far more an OPED piece than a news article. It's filled with a lot of speculation and the article even supports that itself near the end:

"Finance is I think notorious, we can say, for coming up with big numbers to please politicians.”

As Richard says, the entire world will experience problems. It strikes me that most will end up somewhere back close to where they started with a little caution and planning.
 

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Nah! It will just give industry and design a chance to think and use the best technology. Expect a delay for new products, and maybe price reductions of some products. Short supply may raise some prices even-though consumers may have less money. But then interest rates will be low. To boost the economy, we will be encouraged to spend. Not on cars or holidays as there will not be confidence in the need for cars after a 6 month layoff. Holidays maybe a slow start as travel may not be deemed safe. So splash out on what you fancy.
 
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