Japan beats economic funk

July 2013
Money Marketing (Online Edition);7/18/2013, p44
The article reports on the improvement of the Japanese economy with investment opportunities in 2013. It notes the recovery of the country's equity market with the victory of the LDP-Komei alliance during the election. It notes that it has strengthened the belief on the ability of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to deliver meaningful programme of structural reforms for economic growth.


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