Japan's debt is a financial time bomb, experts say

01/4/2013 | Der Spiegel (Germany) (English online version)

Largely unnoticed as Europe and the U.S. struggle with financial problems, Japan's debt has expanded to monumental proportions that might be impossible to sustain. Economists have started to warn that Japan could become the next Greece. Japanese debt amounts to 230% of gross domestic product, compared with 165% for Greece.

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