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Japan has long proved that it’s actually possible for business to be investing too much for the good of a country’s economic and fiscal health. That’s the exact opposite of the long-term trend in the United States, Europe and Canada, where low corporate investment and big-time cash hoarding prompted then Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney’s famous “dead money” rebuke of corporate Canada in 2012.

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