(For more stories on Japan's Aug. 30 election click ID:nPOLJP) By Yoko Nishikawa Aug 25 (Reuters) - Voter surveys show the opposition Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) has its best shot ever at beating the ruling Liberal Democratic Party in the Aug. 30 election after an almost unbroken LDP reign of more than 50 years. Below are some questions and answers about the Democrats' relationship with big business. HOW DO THE DEMOCRATS GET ON WITH KEY BUSINESS GROUPS? Its policies are ...
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