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Our correspondent Terrence Terashima joins us now from Tokyo to discuss the Japanese political situation. Hello, Terrence.
Q1: How are the Japanese media reacting to the DPJ's losses in this election?
Q2: Where do you think this leaves Prime Minister Naoto Kan, and his policies to curb public debt?
Thanks Terrence. That's our correspondent Terrence Terashima in Tokyo on Japanese political situation.
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