Financial markets and people appear to hope that the economic policy to be adopted by the incoming administration of Liberal Democratic Party chief Shinzo Abe will improve the Japanese economy. Clearly people want deflation to end, the economy to pick up and the reconstruction from the effects of the 3/11 disasters to accelerate.
But Mr. Abe’s economic policy must be scrutinized closely because it could cause undesirable side effects.
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