The core ideas behind Japan's new growth strategy appear to be borrowed from the past

Tom McKay

The core ideas behind Japan's new growth strategy appear to be borrowed from the past. Every prime minister in recent memory has introduced an economic growth strategy, each not much better than the other, said Akihiko Suzuki, chief economist at Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting, the research arm of the large Japanese bank. Expectations rise, but are quickly dashed, Mr. Suzuki said. It's foolish to expect something different this time. (VIEW LINK)


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