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December 26, 1998 | From Associated Press
Japan's troubled economy is continuing its downward spiral with no indication of a rebound in sight, economic data released Friday show. Industrial output is sliding, department store sales are slumping and unemployment has reached a postwar high, according to government figures for November. What's more, a report from financial authorities shows that Japan's notoriously troubled banks have even more bad loans than previously thought.
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December 26, 1998 | From Associated Press
Japan's troubled economy is continuing its downward spiral with no indication of a rebound in sight, economic data released Friday show. Industrial output is sliding, department store sales are slumping and unemployment has reached a postwar high, according to government figures for November. What's more, a report from financial authorities shows that Japan's notoriously troubled banks have even more bad loans than previously thought.
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August 26, 1990 | HUGH A. MULLIGAN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Now that he has been placed on equal footing with the Greek firm of Ictinus and Callicrates that designed the Parthenon, a serious effort is under way to save Frank Lloyd Wright's surviving buildings from being knocked down. "It's sinful, sinful," exclaims Jeanette Fields, looking out the window of her Wright-designed house in nearby River Forest, Ill., watching a group of Japanese tourists who are looking in. "Tokyo's Imperial Hotel is gone.
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