by Sadakazu Osaki
We are finally emerging from the financial crisis that rocked markets around the world. Inasmuch as Japan was relatively unscathed compared with other developed economies, one would expect other countries to turn to it for guidance. Yet it appears to have contributed little to the numerous proposals for global financial regulation. What role is expected of Japan going forward? To answer this question, we spoke with Hirofumi Gomi, former commissioner of the Financial Services Agency.
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