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YUSUKE Muranaka is ready to bet millions of dollars on entrepreneurs in Japan. Now he has got to find more qualified people willing to take his money.

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AFTER another week of exceptional volatility on Wall Street that has pummelled stock portfolios, there are two closely related questions worth asking.