Japan's dream team has more arrows to fire

September 2016
Money Marketing;9/22/2016, p20
The author comments on the efforts of the newly elected Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Bank of Japan to implement quantitative easing and constitutional change in the country. The topics discussed include the negative interest rate policy of the government, the manipulation of the country's currency, and its fiscal stimulus package.


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