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Declining Population Means Japan Has to Do More with Less

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Thu, 9 May 2013

Japan’s newly elected prime minister and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) have their work cut out for them. Shinzo Abe was elected for the second time as prime minister in September, largely on his pledge to raise inflation in an effort to lift the country out of its nearly two-decades-long malaise. Meanwhi

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