Wilbur Ross with More on Japan


Wilbur Ross further details his reasons for being bullish on Japan.

36% of Japanese subsidaries’ earnings come from emerging markets.

Japanese stocks are trading around book value

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He has not too concerned about the high price of the Japanese yen.

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