This time, it’s slow growth in China that supposedly justifies delaying an increase in the sales tax.
Contrary to what you might expect, Europe is actually the continent with the fewest dynasts in power.
The prime minister’s refusal to liberalize agriculture and Japan’s sclerotic labor market is denying it growth.
The Japanese prime minister promises agricultural reforms in order to advance the Trans Pacific Partnership.
Japan’s prime minister wins reelection, but voters are disappointed he has been unable to improve the economy.
Japan’s prime minister seeks a fresh mandate for an economic reform agenda that has so far disappointed.
Young Japanese can’t find the job security they need to start a family. Their government is doing nothing to help.
The “third arrow” of the Japanese prime minster’s economic reform program underwhelms.
The world is awaiting economic reforms while China frets about a more assertive Japan in East China Sea disputes.
A big win for Shinzō Abe’s Liberal Democrats in the capital may invigorate his economic reform effort.