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On Oct. 14, new Prime Minister Fumio Kishida dissolved the House of Representatives to make way for a general election to be held on Oct. 31.

Heading into the national election, the majority of the Japanese public is concerned with the economic policy of the Kishida administration. What is the nature and prospect of Kishida’s economic policy, or “Kishidanomics”?

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