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Can The Latest Reshuffle In Abe's Cabinet Get Japan To Reform?

Whatever happens to the old third arrow of Abenomics? As I keep arguing, the necessary condition for the revival of the Japanese economy is in macroeconomic policy to end deflation. But surely Japan needs reform. To be fair with the administration, it is making some progress in key fields. Take for [...]
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