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Japan: Shinzo Abe's checkered economic legacy

Deutsche Welle Friday, 28 August 2020
The Japanese prime minister's aggressive economic reform policy, known as Abenomics, has had a mixed record. Abe's procrastination on structural reforms for fear of losing political currency is mainly to blame.
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