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 Jesper Koll - “Japan Inc. is getting stronger, and their profitability continues to improve very nicely.”
 Jesper Koll - “Consumer spending has become a credible engine of growth for the Japanese economy. Wages and incomes are increasing, job security is improving. It's a virtuous circle.”
 Rob Koll - “We just got to stay healthy because the conditioning is there. I can't wait to get to St. Louis.”
 Jesper Koll - “The fact that the weak institutions are falling by the wayside is actually good news because it creates room for the strong and healthy institutions to expand their market share. That's what we're witnessing right now. Capitalism is coming to Japan and the strong will get stronger.”
 Jesper Koll - “Koizumi has made nationalism respectable.”
 Jesper Koll - “There may be some political pressure that the U.S. no longer wants a strong dollar, but that's not going to prevent Japanese capital from fleeing Japan, because in Japan, money doesn't earn anything.”
 Jesper Koll - “Japan policy makers stand at a crossroad.”
 Jesper Koll - “The moment American growth slows down below, say, 2 percent, trade pressures are not just something that we talk about but are something that are really going to hit policy makers.”
 Jesper Koll - “The banks are back, ... A normal economy where you've got not just growth in employment and wages, but also growth in credit is likely to become more pronounced.”
 Jesper Koll - “Strengthening spending patterns are being underpinned by capital expenditure, job creation, and rising wages in Japan.”
 Jesper Koll - “All liquidity starts in Japan, the world's largest creditor country. When rates go up here, rates go up everywhere.”
 Jesper Koll - “There are some details that need to be worked out (in determining) exactly what form of coalition government we're going to get. But essentially, the message for financial markets is 'yes -- reform,' but it's not going to be dictated by the conservative LDP.”
 Jesper Koll - “There are some details that need to be worked out (in determining) exactly what form of coalition government we're going to get, ... But essentially, the message for financial markets is 'yes -- reform,' but it's not going to be dictated by the conservative LDP.”
 Jesper Koll - “Health-care reform is a huge issue. It's also a huge battle. There are big vested interests that are just as bad as contractors and postal lobbyists.”
 Jesper Koll - “Exports are the icing on the cake.”
 Jesper Koll - “Fukui is the big business candidate, a trusted hand that will continue to steer Japan on a deflationary course, ... We'll continue to have an accommodative BOJ, not a proactive BOJ.”
 Jesper Koll - “In the 1990s, Japan was a reluctant investor overseas. Now that the domestic economy is doing better, Japan will take on more (overseas investment) risks, and that should benefit the rest of Asia as well, including Indonesia.”
 Jesper Koll - “The big issue out there is who's going to take on Godzilla bank, i.e. the Post Office. It can turn into a problem.”
 Jesper Koll - “The urgency to appoint a true deflation fighter at the Bank of Japan is not going to disappear with this report.”
 Jesper Koll - “Everything has been put into question, first by the opposition and second by the opposition to Hashimoto within the LDP. That means delay, no resolute policy action, and that means that for stocks and the yen, there is no anchor of hope.”
 Jesper Koll - “Everything has been put into question, first by the opposition and second by the opposition to Hashimoto within the LDP, ... That means delay, no resolute policy action, and that means that for stocks and the yen, there is no anchor of hope.”