Can Japan Get its Mojo Back?

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's plan to revive the Japanese economy rests on three pillars - or, "arrows" as he likes to put it. The three include: monetary stimulus through massive quantitative easing; fiscal stimulus through large-scale spending on infrastructure and a "growth strategy" of long-term reforms to open the economy to greater competition and a greater opening to the world by participation in free trade zones such as the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP).

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