For more than a year, Japan has been complaining openly that it has been paying too much for its imported oil and gas supplies. With its economy in stagnation since the late 1980s, Japan has finally woken to the fact that it may have been too soft in negotiations with suppliers from the Persian Gulf…

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For more than a year, Japan has been complaining openly that it has been paying too much for its imported oil and gas supplies. With its economy in stagnation since the late 1980s, Japan has finally woken to the fact that it may have been too soft in negotiations with suppliers from the Persian Gulf…

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