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Capitalism at crossroads as nations look inward

TOKYO -- A global economy that has been based on prosperity through free competition and trade is facing major challenges.  

People around the world are voting for change in the face of anger over widespread inequality and fear of immigration. Countries are now looking inwardly, and economic compasses need to be adjusted at a time when capitalism and democracy are falling out of step. 

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