WSJ Japan Bureau Chief Jacob Schlesinger joins the News Hub to preview the upcoming Japanese elections.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda talks to the WSJ's Jacob Schlesinger about the song he uses to get fired up for a political fight, but stays mum on the recent tensions with China.
Japan's lower house of parliament voted to approve a bill to double the national sales tax, handing Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda his flagship policy for fiscal reform at the cost of a rebellion within the ruling party. The WSJ's Isabella Steger speaks with Tokyo Bureau Chief Jacob Schlesinger.
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