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Abenomics and the roadmap to economic revival

There are early signs that Abenomics is bearing fruit with a number of domestic economic indicators having improved. After the successful implementation of the monetary and fiscal packages, the government is about to launch its growth and reform policies to address some of the inefficiencies in the Japanese economy. Alex will take a close look at key items on the government’s agenda that can unlock the productive potential of Japan’s economy and drive future growth.
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