Japan Upper House Election Results Provide Mixed Message: AmCham

Japan Upper House Election Results Provide Mixed Message: AmCham

Christopher LaFleur, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, talks about Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's victory in Sunday's upper house election. LaFleur, a former U.S. ambassador to Malaysia who was also vice chairman and hea...
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