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What Can Asia Expect From Suga’s Japan?
September 16, 2020

What Can Asia Expect From Suga’s Japan?

By Ankit Panda
Abe's successor will represent continuity, but faces a challenging set of internal issues.

Japan’s Economy Officially Enters Recession for First Time Since 2015
May 18, 2020

Japan’s Economy Officially Enters Recession for First Time Since 2015

By Ankit Panda
The effects of COVID-19 are likely to result in further economic pain for Japan.
Japan’s COVID-19 State of Emergency Is No Lockdown. What’s In It?
April 09, 2020

Japan’s COVID-19 State of Emergency Is No Lockdown. What’s In It?

By Associated Press
Your questions about Japan’s anti-COVID–19 measures, answered.

Japan’s Economy Shrinks 7 Percent in Last Quarter, Risks Recession
March 10, 2020

Japan’s Economy Shrinks 7 Percent in Last Quarter, Risks Recession

By Associated Press
Japan's first economic contraction in more than a year started even before the coronavirus panic.

Abe: Flex Hours, Work Style Among Key Steps to Fight Virus
February 25, 2020

Abe: Flex Hours, Work Style Among Key Steps to Fight Virus

By Associated Press
The Japanese prime minister took aim at the country’s work culture amid concerns about further spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus.

Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship
September 23, 2018

Understanding Japan’s Struggle to Reform the Shareholder-Management Relationship

By David Baran
Corporate governance has a long way to go in Japan.

North Korea Crisis Hits Asia’s Biggest Economies
April 17, 2017

North Korea Crisis Hits Asia’s Biggest Economies

By Anthony Fensom
Heightened tensions on the Korean Peninsula are already impacting regional economies.
Did Abe Convince Trump Japan Wasn't a Currency Manipulator?
February 16, 2017

Did Abe Convince Trump Japan Wasn't a Currency Manipulator?

By Ankit Panda
Shinzo Abe is confident that Trump is on board with Japanese monetary practices.

China’s Zombie Companies and Japan’s Lost Two Decades
January 07, 2017

China’s Zombie Companies and Japan’s Lost Two Decades

By Kai Kajitani
Japan’s experience is instructive for China economy watchers.

A Weaker Yen Is Coming: Who Are The Winners and Losers?
July 24, 2016

A Weaker Yen Is Coming: Who Are The Winners and Losers?

By Anthony Fensom
The BOJ is determined to reverse the recent strengthening of Japan’s currency.

Brexit Is Not Asia’s Only Worry
July 21, 2016

Brexit Is Not Asia’s Only Worry

By Anthony Fensom
Warning lights are flashing, say some analysts.
Japan’s Elections: A Vote For Abenomics
July 13, 2016

Japan’s Elections: A Vote For Abenomics

By Anthony Fensom
The prime minister wins a mandate on further reforms. Can he deliver?

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