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Since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe initiated his Abenomics reform program in 2012, Japan’s economy has received a remarkable boost. But the job is not yet finished.

I once argued that the three “arrows” of Abenomics — monetary easing, fiscal expansion and a long-term growth strategy — should be given grades of A, B and E, respectively.

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