Global Prospects after September 11 & Implications for Japan
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Shigemitsu Sugisaki, Deputy Managing Director, IMF
William Clark, Jr., President, Japan Society
Even before September 11, the global economy was slowing. Now, as financial markets and governments galvanize for a concerted response to the events and their impact on the global marketplace, Japan is still struggling to reinvigorate its economy. Shigemitsu Sugisaki, Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund, discusses what recent events imply for economic priorities around the globe, especially in his native Japan, where a decade of stagnation has raised the stakes to a level not seen since the end of World War II.
Tickets: Lunch and lecture $55; Japan Society members $45; lecture only $15, Japan Society members $10.
- Friday, January 25, 2002
- 12:00 pm