Japan is firing its financial arrows at the wrong target

The yen is down 32%, corporate profits are thriving and the Nikkei Stock Average is breaking records again. Abe’s fiscal dart fell way short of its target, thanks to counterproductive increases in Japan’s sales tax in 2014 and 2015. The third and most …
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