An interview article with Jim Rogers was published in the Nishinippon Shimbun on September 9th.
In the interview, he commented on the future of the world economy, the Japan-Korea tunnel, and the possibilities of Kyushu.
About the world economy
"China also has big debt, and I think the next crisis will be on a scale we've never experienced in our lives. Sino-US friction is one of our concerns."
Regarding Japan-Korea relations
"For example, we should work together to promote a concept like a tunnel connecting Japan and South Korea."
About the possibility of Kyushu
"I'm most optimistic about the world economy in the agricultural sector."
"I'm wondering if there are still opportunities in agriculture."
And so on.
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