Monday, July 1, 2013

What a Good Economy Means

“Things are generally looking brighter, aren’t they?” Mr. Horii said, as he scrutinized, then dismissed, cheaper alternatives at the bustling Yodobashi Camera electronics store. The Bose ones he has his eye on, which he’ll hook up to his TV, go for about $400.  

“I don’t really need it, but I want it,” he said. “A good economy means you can buy things you don’t really need.”  

Getting Japan to Spend (NYT)

Thanks for filling us in, Mr. Horii.

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