Oct 04, 2015

RPT-As election nears, Abe turns to new crowd-pleasing arrows | Reuters

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe isrewriting "Abenomics", shifting his focus away from long-termstructural reforms to quick-fix crowd-pleasing measures as helooks to boost popular support ahead of upper house electionsnext year, sources say. That means the government will look at bringing in freshfiscal stimulus measures later this year, while the Bank ofJapan will struggle to win the argument that...

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