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  • Japanese companies took heed from their painful first "endaka" experience in the

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  • Japanese companies took heed from their painful first "endaka" experience in the 1990s, shifting production offshore and hedging exposure to the strong yen.

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  • Similarly, Bergsten now argues that the dollar has not fallen far enough, and that the payments imbalance would be vastly larger without endaka ( "high yen"), and that when the dollar hits 100 or even 80 yen the economies will come into equilibrium.

    Magnum Opus

  • With the recession and endaka people just couldn't pay Apple's prices any more since Windows 95 was good enough.

    The Blog from Another Dimension

  • The centrality of the endaka, or currency revaluation, was reflected in the ratio of foreign direct investment inflows to gross capital formation, which leaped spectacularly in the late 1980s and 1990s in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.

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  • The centrality of the endaka, or currency revaluation, was reflected in the ratio of foreign direct investment inflows to gross capital formation, which leaped spectacularly in the late

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  • Sadly, Japan’s “endaka” strong yen was a major factor behind its subsequent undoing -- fueling the mother of all asset bubbles in equities and property that ended with a sickening collapse into a protracted post-bubble deflation.

    Yuan-taka Desyo?

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