Conservatives relish Abe’s election success but Abenomics has a long way to go
Conservatives in many countries, including Britain, would like to emulate the success of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
He has trounced the opposition with a firm right-wing agenda built upon the premise of an economic revival.
Yet many analysts say the arrows of Abenomics are missing their targets. Japan’s business magazine, Nikkei Asian Review, claims important policies are failing.
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Japan Story’s blog is written by former BBC Tokyo Correspondent Duncan Bartlett. Each week he analyses how Japan’s story is being told to the world through the international media.