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[商业新闻] 2014-02-21&02-24 日本GDP令人失望 美元兑日元下挫20余点

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Japan's GDP below expectations   

CNN's Maggie Lake speaks to Seijiro Takeshita about Japan's disappointing GDP numbers.


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Earlier I spoke to Seijiro Takeshita director at investment back Mizuho international and I asked him how much pressure this puts on all their government.  

We all know that the reason why the numbers reback because of the excess imports on island JinCroto,energy reported earlier are nuclear activations verge zero.So imports for much strong than expected.But what we've seen is transition of the growth engine,from the public sector into private sector such as private sub,special capital expenditure,business spending,so we all think the trend working out nice,but that's said yes,there are a lot of talks just mention that backage pan.We have to comply with more demands for the government,basically if the market continues ,for example,to drop,for example,then there will be more talks about that coming through.

Well, you and I have talked a lot over this transition about the fact that a lot thing have to do with confidence,there seem to be finally confidence that Japan had turned the corner that maybe this recovery was gona be different from the others.Is that confidence still in place?  

Not totally ,unfortunately not,and I think we have to wait until later have there and that is when we see the capital expenditure that is corps spending coming back after all these consumption tacks related avolated over from around July-September period.Please see that,the investment will take place and they will have the vigin crisis will take place in conssumption,in other words,we will see the circle of Japan coming back to the normal level of state.And when we say that then yes,I think the confidence will resafe science of p these things happening,but certainly not exact the witnessing of these factors yet.

Let's talk a little bit about the disappoint on the exports that you mention the imports,the energy related imports,on the exports side,no country on the islands,everybody is hit by what's happening in the global economy and it seem that in this case of Japan,so feeling that voletity from emerging markets,we know the Euro zoon is slow itself,do you think this is just the tempoary hit on exports or there are something more fundermental going on with competitiveness in terms of Japan.

I don't think Japanese competitiveness is eroding if anything is arriving,but as you just reported,as you just mentioned,witnessing the emerging nation will something that the most Japanese export had not expected.And one of the biggest nagative factor for Japan is definitely existence of factories.If we see,for example,slowly growth emerging nations or a hike up in many d* nations as we saw two years ago,then of course yes that could jeopardize comeback stages of Japan because for the capital expenditure for the corps comeback,we have to say,the first spearhead of the Japanese exporters doing that,so that would be a very big nagative factor to watch carefully.     

And this is your * end with that third * in terms of reforms or is your confidence that all the government are going able to push through do what's necessary,that's always gona be the tough is the piece of puzzle,can they do it or they will gona be on the track?

Let's see what kind of the legislation they can come up in the next three month,that could be as a tester what they are going to come up with,but the result,I would say,of the thrid * take a lot longer than what most people anticipate,the market anticipate for year two but the opinion will take a lot long with that for strike to transition to take place.
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Earlier I spoke to Seijiro Takeshita, director at investment bank Mizuho international and I asked him how much pressure this puts on their government.  

We all know that the reason why the numbers are bad is because of the excess imports on island JinCroto, as you reported earlier, are nuclear activation verges zero. So imports are much stronger than expected. But what we've seen is transition of the growth engine, from the public sector into private sector such as private consumptions, especially capital expenditure, the business spending, so we are seeing the trend working out nicely, but that's said yes, there are a lot of talks you just mention that the banks in Japan may have to comply with more demands for the government to basically if the market continues to drop, for example, then there will be more talks about that coming through.

Well, you and I have talked a lot over this transition about the fact that a lot has to do with confidence, there seem to be finally confidence that Japan had turned the corner that maybe this recovery was gonna be different from the others. Is that confidence still in place?  

Not totally, unfortunately not, and I think we have to wait until later half of the year and that is when we see the capital expenditure that is corporate spending coming back after all these consumption tax related volatility is over from around July-September period.  If we see that, the investment will take place and they will have the xx sides will take place in consumption, in other words, we will see the circle of Japan coming back to the normalized state.  And when we say that then yes, I think the confidence will definitely kick in.  We’ll see signs of flattop of these things happening, but certainly not exactly witnessing of these factors yet.

Let's talk a little bit about the disappointments on the exports side you mention the imports, the energy related imports, on the exports side, no countries on the islands, everybody is hit by what's happening in the global economy and it seem that in this case Japan also feeling that volatility from emerging markets, we know the Euro zoon is slow itself, do you think this is just the temporary hit to exports or there are something more fundamental going on with competitiveness in terms of Japan.

I don't think the Japanese competitiveness is eroding if anything is rising thanks to the weakening of the yen, but as you just reported, as you just mentioned, the weakness of emerging nations were something that most Japanese exporters had not expected.  And one of the biggest negative factors for Japan is definitely these external factors. If we see, for example, slowly growth in emerging nations or hiccup in many the advanced nations as we saw two years ago, then of course yes that could jeopardize the comeback stages of Japan because for the capital expenditure for the corps to come back, we have to say, the first spearhead of the Japanese exporters doing that, so that would be a very big negative factor to watch carefully.     

And in your end with that third whoever the third arrow in terms of reforms, is there confidence that are their government are going able to push through and do what's necessary, that's always gonna be the toughest piece of puzzle, can they do it or are they gonna be on track?

Let's see what kind of the legislation they can come up in the next three month, that could give us a taste of what gonna come up with, but the result, I would say, of the third arrow would take a lot longer than what most people anticipate, the market anticipates for year two but in my opinion it will take a lot longer than that for structure the transition to take place.
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Earlier I spoke to Seijiro Takeshita, Director at an investment bank, Mizuho International, and I asked him how much pressure this puts on the Abe government.

We all know the reason why the numbers were bad is because of excessive imports on L&G and crude oil, and as you reported earlier, our nuclear activation is virtually zero, so imports were much stronger than expected. But what we are seeing is transition of the growth engine from the public sector into private sector, such as private consumption, especially capital expenditure, the business spending, so we are seeing the trend working out nicely. But that said, yes, there are lots of talks, as you just mentioned, that the Bank of Japan may have to comply with more demands from the government to basically, if the market continues, for example, to drop, for example, then, there would be more talks about that coming through.

You and I have talked a lot over this transition about the fact that a lot of it has to do with confidence. There seems to be finally confidence that Japan had turned the corner that maybe this recovery was gonna be different from the others. Is that confidence still in place?

Not totally, unfortunately, not. I think we have to wait until the latter half of the year and that is when we see the capital expenditure, that is the corporate spending coming back after all these consumption, tax-related volatilities’ over from around July-September period. If we see that, the investment will take place and then we will have the wage increase that will take place and the consumption. In other words, we’ll see the cycle of Japan coming back into a normalized state and when we see that, then yes, I think the confidence will definitely kick in, we are seeing signs of plateau of these things happening, but certainly, not exactly witnessing these factors yet.

Let’s talk a little bit about the disappointment on the export side. You mentioned the imports, the energy-related imports, on the export side, no country’s an island. Everybody is hit by what’s happening in the global economy and it’s seen that, in this case, Japan also feeling that volatilities from the emerging markets. We know the Euro zone is slow itself. Do you think this is just a temporary hit to exports or there’s something more fundamental going on with competitiveness in terms of Japan?

I don’t think the Japanese competitiveness is eroding, if anything, it’s rising, thanks to the weakening of the Yen, but as you just reported, as you just mentioned, the weakness in emerging nations was something that most Japanese experts had not expected. And one of the biggest negative factors for Japan is definitely these external factors. If we see, for example, slowing growth in emerging nations or a hiccup in many of the advanced nations as we saw two years ago, then of course, yes, that could jeopardize the comeback stages of Japan because for the capped expenditure, for the corps to come back, we have to see the first spearhead of the Japanese exporters doing that. So that will be a very big negative factors to watch carefully.

And Seijiro, let’s end with that third quiver, the third arrow in terms of reforms. Is there confidence that Abe and his government are gonna be able to push through and do what’s necessary? That was always gonna be the toughest pieces of the puzzle. Can they do it? Are they gonna be on track?
Let’s see what kind of legislation they can come up with in the next three months. That would give us a taste of what they’re gonna come up with. But the result, I would say, of the third arrow would take a lot longer than what most people anticipate. They markets anticipate for a year or two, but in my opinion, it will take a lot longer than that for structural transition to take place.
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[Homework]2014-02-21&02-24 日本GDP令人失望 美元兑日元下挫20余点

earier I spoke to Seijiro Takeshita ,a direcor at investment bank mizuho international, and I ask him how much pressure this puts on the Abe gorvernment.
we all know that the reason why the numbers were bad is because of the access of main ports on energy includ all, energy report earier . our nuclear activation is virtually zero, so imports were much stronger than expected. But what we were seeing is transiation of the growth engine from the pubic sector into private sector, such as private consumption specially captial expenditure the business spending, so we are seeing the trend working out nicely,but that say yes there are a lots of talks just mentioned that the  bank in japa may have to comply with more demands for the government to basically if the market continue to drop, for example,then there will be more talks about that coming through.
well, you and I have talk a lot over this transiation about the fact that a lot of it have to do with confidence,there seems to be finally confidence that japan had turned the corner that maybe this recovery was gonna be different from others, is that confidence still in place, not totally and fortunately not,and I think we have to wait untill later half the year,and that is when we see the captial expenditure that is the corapor spending coming back after all this consumption tax related volatility is over from  around July-September period. if we see that, the investment will take place and then we will have the wage increas that will take place,and consumption. in orther words, we'll see the circle of japan coming back a normalized state and when we see that then yes, I think the confidence will definitely can get , we are seeing signs of plateau of this happening, but certainly not exactly the witnessing these factors yet.
let's talk little about the J point on exports ,you mentioned the imports,the engery related imports,on the exports no contries than island everybody is hit by what's happening in the globle economy and it seems that in this case  japan also feeling that violent from the immerge market. we know the europe zero is slow itself,do you think just temporary hit to export  with their something more fundamental gone on with competitiveness in charmes of japan
I do not think Japan is competitiveness is aroding,or if any thing its rising thanks to the weekness yen,but as you just reported as you just mention ,the weekness immerge nation with something that most  japanese expert had not expected, and one of the biggest negative factor for jana is definitely the external factors,if we see ,for example, slowing glowth immergy nations or hit up in many of advanced nations we saw 2 years ago, that of course, yes that could jeopardize the comeback stages of Japan because for the capital expenditure for the corps to come back,we have to say, the first spearhead of the Japanese exporters doing that  so that would be a very big negative factor to watch carefully.
And in your end with that third whoever the third arrow in terms of reforms,is there confidence that are their government are going able to push through and do what's necessary, that's always gonna be the toughest piece of puzzle, can they do it or are they gonna be on track?



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Earlier I spoke to Seijiro Takeshita, director at investment bank Mizuho International, and I asked him how much pressure this puts on the Abe government.

We all know that the reason why the numbers are bad is because of excessive imports on L&G and crude oil. And as you reported earlier, our nuclear activation is virtually zero. So imports were much stronger than expected.

But what we’re seeing is transition of the growth engine from the public sector into private sector, such as private consumption, especially capital expenditure, the business spending. So we are seeing the trend working out nicely.

But that said, yes, there are lots of talk, just as you mentioned, that the Bank of Japan may have to comply with more demands from the government to basically -- if the market continues, for example, to drop, for example, then there will be more talks about that coming through.

You and I have talked a lot over this transition about the fact that a lot of it has to do with confidence. There seems to be finally confidence that Japan had turned the corner, that maybe this discovery was gonna be different from the others. Is that confidence still in place?

Not totally, unfortunately not. And I think we have to wait until latter half of the year, and that is when we see the capital expenditure, that is the corporate spending coming back after all this consumption tax related volatility is over, from around July-September period.

If you see that, the investment will take place, and then we’ll have the wage increase that will take place and the consumption. In other words, we will see the cycle of Japan coming back into a normalized state.

And when we see that, then yes, I think the confidence will definitely kick in. We’re seeing signs of plateau of these things happening, but certainly not exactly witnessing these factors yet.

Let’s talk a little bit about the disappointment on the export side. You mention the imports, the energy-related imports. On the export side, no country’s an island. Everybody is hit by what’s happening in the global economy and it seems that in this case Japan also feeling that volatility from the emerging markets.

We know the Euro zone is slow itself. Do you think this is just a temporary hit to exports, or is there something more fundamental going on with competitiveness in terms of Japan?

I don’t think the Japanese competitiveness is eroding. If anything, it’s rising thanks to the weakening of the yen. But as you just reported, as you just mentioned, the weakness of emerging nations was something that most of the Japanese exporters had not expected.

And one of the biggest negative factors for Japan is definitely these external factors. If we see, for example, slowing growth in emerging nations, or a hiccup in many of the advancing nations -- advanced nations, as we saw two years ago, then of course, yes, that could jeopardize a comeback stage of Japan. Because for the capped expenditure for the corps to come back, we have to see the first spearhead of the Japanese exporters doing that. So that will be a very big negative factor to watch carefully.

And does your list end with that third quiver, the third arrow in terms of reforms? Is there confidence that Abe and his government are gonna be able to push through and do what’s necessary? That was always gonna be the toughest piece of the puzzle. Can they do it? Are they going to be on the track?

Let’s see what kind of legislation they can come up with in the next three months. That could give us a taste of what they are going to come up with. But the result, I would say, of the third arrow will take a lot longer than what most people anticipate. The markets anticipate for a year or two, but in my opinion, it will take a lot longer than that for structural transition to take place.
Early I spoke to Seryor Tackshito, director at an investment bank Misuho international and I asked him how much pressure this puts on their own government?

We all know the reason why the numbers fell bad, it's because the excess imports are elogine clude all and it reportedly early are unclear activiation verches zero, so imports were much stronger than it was xpected. We all see its transition of the growth engine from the public sector into the private sector, such as the private subject, especially capital expenditure of business spending. So, we are seeing the chain working out nice, but that's sad, yes, there are a lots of pockage just mentioning that the package pain may have the comply with more demands from the government to bascically, if the market continues, for example to drop, we'll talk about that coming through.

Enh, you and I talked a lot over this transitons about the fact that,a lot of it has still with confidence, it seems to be finally confidence that Japan has turned corner that maybe this recovery is going to be different from others, is that confidence still in place?

Not tatally, unforturnately not. I think we have to wait until the later half of the year, and that is when we see the captial's expenditure, that is a corp spending coming back after all this comsumption tax related availatility from around July September period. Create see that, the investment will take place, and we will have the vijing crisat will take place in consumption, in other words, we will see the cycle of Japan coming back in the normalised state. When we see that, then yes I think the confidence will definitely again, we will see signs on the top of these things happening, but certainly not exactly the witnessng these factors yet.

Let's talk about a little about the disappointment on the exports. You mentioned the imports are the energy related with imports, on the exports side, no country side is island, nobody is hit by what's happening in the global economy and see that in this casae Japan also feeling that voluntinity from the emerging Morocos, we know the Europe zone is slow as itself. Do you think it's just imtemporally hit the export or there is something more foundermental going on with the competitiveness in turns in Japan?

I don't think Japan competitivenss is irroting if anything is rising facive wiping the Yan, but as you just reported, as you just mention, the weakness is emerging nation were something that most japan exportors has not expected. And one of the most biggest negative factor of Japan is definitely existed  on factors. If we see, for example, slowing roads of emerging nations or a hiccup, in the many devising nations, averais nations we saw two years ago, then of course, yes that would japadise or come back stages in Japan, because captital expenditure for corps come back. We have to see, the first spirit of Japanese exportors doing that, so, that would be a very big negative factor to watch carefully.

And it's your let's end with that third qivo ero in turs of reforms. There's confidence that obey our government are gonna to push through and do what's necessary. That is always gonna be toughest piece of pazzle, can they do it or they are gonna to be on the track?

Let's see what kinda of legislative they can come up next three months that would give us a taste what they are gonna come up with, but results, I would say, the third era, will take a lot of longer than what most people anticipate but market is anticipated for a year or two, but my opinion, it will take a lot longer than that for structure transition to take place.
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