Japan's Prime Minister wins decisive reelection on stimulus platform

Japan's Prime Minister wins decisive reelection on stimulus platform. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Japan easily won his reelection vote on Sunday and took a majority rule in Japan's upper house of Parliament. This gives him three years of control without another vote and time to continue his promised stimulus reforms. Japanese voters were pleased with the market and economic results of Abe's fiscal and monetary stimulus policies. Abe will likely continue trying to boost the country's economy and is expected to look for ways to increase trade by adjusting trade agreements. (VIEW LINK)

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