To assure Japan’s future prosperity and success, open-minded, strong and decisive political leadership is necessary.
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Japanese corporations are in an excellent position to use the global economic crisis as an opportunity.
The forces toward digitalization unleashed by the COVID-19 crisis will make Japan stronger, more competitive and more prosperous.
As Japanese and global policymakers are rushing to design policies to counter the looming economic depression, advice from one of my favorite economists, Jean-Baptiste Say, comes to mind. In 1803 he wrote: “In policy as well as in morality, the grand secret is not ...
The COVID-19 outbreak gives Japan's private sector leaders a chance to turn crisis into opportunity.
If you thought Japan was a prime example of socialism that works, think again.
Japan's prospects for the new year appear stellar.
The Argument is a feature dedicated to promoting dialogue and deeper understanding of contentious issues by introducing various viewpoints. The Japanese government deserves to be congratulated for having elevated national security to a priority, with a review of financial rules and regulations an important part ...
Japan must move beyond Abenomics to start a new era of confidence and sustained growth.
Japanese markets for the Japanese and by the Japanese is poised to become the next big megatrend in Tokyo financial markets.