For Japan’s Abe, future of eponymous policy hinges on wage growth

Failure on that front has left the Bank of Japan shouldering the burden with unprecedented stimulus and still years away from meeting its 2-per-cent inflation target. “Abe needs to focus on economic policy to win support back,“ said Akihiko Noda …
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