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For the past eight months, economists, business leaders and lawmakers within his own party have wondered what Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s economic policies will look like under what he calls his “new form of capitalism.”

But the draft proposal of his economic agenda unveiled Tuesday presented a mixture of strategies that have already been pitched by his predecessors, with an emphasis on investing in human resources.

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