A security guard wearing a face mask stands in front of a Shinkansen bullet train upon its arrival at Tokyo Station on April 25. Photo: AFP
Rupakjyoti Borah
Opinion

Opinion

Eye on Asia by Rupakjyoti Borah

Will the coronavirus pandemic derail Japan’s economy as it extends emergency measures?

  • Not only will the restrictions on person-to-person contact shrink domestic consumer spending, but Covid-19’s impact on Japan’s trading partners will also hit exports hard
A security guard wearing a face mask stands in front of a Shinkansen bullet train upon its arrival at Tokyo Station on April 25. Photo: AFP
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