The One Thing The Bank Of Japan Apparently Can’t Print More Of

First it was socialist utopia Venezuela and now Keynesian-economics favorite playground Japan is concerned about a troubling problem – fear of a toilet-paper shortage. As WSJ reports, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry is encouraging families to stockpile at least one month’s worth of toilet paper in the event of a major disaster, as they “fear there would be a serious shortage of toilet paper nationally.” Ironic really, given Shinzo Abe’s past ‘problems’.
As WSJ reports, the government is using the day to advise families to stock up on toilet paper.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on 09/02/2014.

 

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