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Henry Kravis, the co-founder of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (Photo by Taro Yokosawa)
Looking ahead 2018

Fortune favors bold innovators: KKR founder

Japan needs to be less dependent on manufacturing

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TOKYO -- A growing number of analysts and economists argue that a global glut of liquidity is causing asset inflation around the world. Meanwhile, forecasters are divided over the growth potential of China and Japan while they grapple with the uncertainty surrounding U.S. monetary policy and its implications. Henry Kravis, the co-founder of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR), a global investment firm, recently sat down with The Nikkei to discuss these and a range of other economic and investment issues. This is the last in a series of interviews with prominent players in the financial, policymaking, industrial and academic sectors.

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