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ウォールストリートジャーナルが、日本における郵政民営化の見直し法案の行方などについての、ナオミ・フィンク氏(三菱東京UFJ銀行のストラティジストという肩書きになっている。)の記事を掲載した。http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704895204575320060019503860.html?mod=googlenews_wsj

その記事に対する反論を投稿しているので、ご参考まで。

The Article on Japan Post Reform by Naomi Fink is totally misleading.

 The privitization process in the past since the turn of century itself was only a fake and illusion and only an aftermath of the market fundamentalism cult that the privatization and other economic structural reform will bring out success stories. It is commonly said that the postal bank's balance sheet totals roughly 200 trillion yen ($2.26 trillion), about one-quarter of the nation's household cash savings, and its fate has important business and economic implications too, both inside and outside Japan, but the privatization harmed and destroyed the well balanced services of the public postal services and contributions to the nationhood.

 It is wrong to say that the private-sector Japanese institutions have long been pressured by large-scale government interventions in the financial sector, and true story is as already described by the British Journalist in her book 'Fool's Gold'', some foreign financilal villains were given a biased treatment in Japan and Japanese citizes assetts was eroded. Thus it is correct to comment that the financial authorities in Japan was too weak and passive to regulate the rampant activities of the villains from the Wall Street and their agents in Tokyo.
Postal Privatizatin had nothing to do with the Japan's fiscal balance, to Japanese assets and Japan Post had no records to be supported by the tax payers money and it was for about a century financilly and budetary independent from the Government. It was totally different from the privatization process of the earlier models of , especially Japan Railways and the telecom NTT in the 1980s.
There is no reason to return the benefit of stock sales to the govenment and if there is any opportunity of profit gains , it should be returned to the Japanese ordinary citizens first and not to the foreing investors.
 It is well known fact that the Budgetary Ministry seeks any measures taxation out of the Japan Post but taxation will onl y kill the vitalities of the national economic activities of the Japanese nation as a egaritarian society from the northern tip of Hokkaido to southern islands of Okinawa and servicing of all walks of life, in Japan ,in the past socio economic gap was the smallest in the world, but now widended by the Koizumin-Takenaka politics which was storngly pressured by the American business interests. and as the readers now see , anti American sentiments regarding the American business communities arrogance is quickily rising in Tokyo.
 Political change last year was only a sign , and Mr Hatoyama sought equal partnership but soon crushed by those foreing pressures.
Practical privatization process was filled with corruptions and illegal assetts transactions by the former bank employees who joined the topmanagement of the privatized Japan Post headquarters.

Japan Post will definitely benefit households and smaller enterprises.and localilites if managed properly, but Privatization process benefited only small fraction of prejudiced inner circle or closed circuits transactions
There are strong voices that the national prosecution should be pursued into the corrupt privatization of Japan Post.

 The Privatization of the public services and other structural reforms were grand illusions of the greedy business interests, and in no way contributed to the welfare of mankind and citizens of the nations.

 There was a political change in the US and there was also in Japan, and disappointment spread here and there, and probaby the best way to restore the stability is to bring back the management of the Japan Post as it was one or two decades ago.

 Again the economic strategist view in a Bank in Tokyo is only superficial and ruins the optimistic prospectus.
True investors should not be luired by that kind of surface analysis. Undercurent of the Japanese economics and politics are definitely changing for the better side, to bid farewell to be a satellite of the Empire Cruise of the financiial colonialists.(後略)

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投稿: 渡辺日出男 | 2010年7月20日 15時47分

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