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Abe’s Tax Increase Gamble
November 14, 2014

Abe’s Tax Increase Gamble

By Clint Richards
As opposition to the tax builds, Japan must find a way to support its bold economic moves.
The Bank of Japan’s Very Bold Move
November 04, 2014

The Bank of Japan’s Very Bold Move

By Anthony Fensom
Quantitative easing lives on in Japan as the central bank tries to rescue Abenomics.

Bank of Japan Urged to Print More Money
September 17, 2014

Bank of Japan Urged to Print More Money

By Anthony Fensom
The OECD urges central banks in Japan and Europe to step up their monetary easing.

Abe’s Next Tax Hike Conundrum
August 27, 2014

Abe’s Next Tax Hike Conundrum

By Clint Richards
The government remains confident, but another sharp drop in growth could derail the best laid plans.

Japan’s Consumption Dilemma
July 04, 2014

Japan’s Consumption Dilemma

By Clint Richards
A strategy to increase consumer spending is needed to sustain Abenomics.
Business and the BOJ Spurring on Abenomics
June 17, 2014

Business and the BOJ Spurring on Abenomics

By Clint Richards
Corporate capital expenditure spikes in first quarter, and the BOJ reaffirmed its inflation commitment.

BOJ Hints at Tapering, Emphasizes Reform
May 27, 2014

BOJ Hints at Tapering, Emphasizes Reform

By Clint Richards
As signs of inflation emerge, some central bank officials want Abe to follow through with structural reforms.
Japan’s Nemesis Threatens Europe
January 23, 2014

Japan’s Nemesis Threatens Europe

By Anthony Fensom
As Japan struggles to contain deflation, the eurozone may see prices begin to fall.

Abenomics in 2013: Is Japan Back?
December 31, 2013

Abenomics in 2013: Is Japan Back?

By Ankit Panda
Shinzo Abe's economic policies had a great year in 2013 but challenges lie ahead.

Japan’s Debt About 3 Times Larger Than ASEAN’s GDP
August 10, 2013

Japan’s Debt About 3 Times Larger Than ASEAN’s GDP

“Japan’s staggering national debt has hit a new milestone: one quadrillion yen.”

Japan's Bold Experiment
May 11, 2013

Japan's Bold Experiment

Having broken through the Y100 barrier, there is considerable potential for the Yen to fall further. How will markets react?

Haruhiko Kuroda Nominated as the Next Bank of Japan Governor
March 01, 2013

Haruhiko Kuroda Nominated as the Next Bank of Japan Governor

Can Japan’s economy prosper with new leadership at the Bank of Japan?

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