In Japan, Abenomics focus is on corporate capex

Investors and economists in Tokyo wonder how to get Japanese corporations to start investing a ¥200 trillion cash horde.

In Japan, Abenomics focus is on corporate capex

Investors and economists in Tokyo say Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s weak agenda to promote industrial restructuring threatens his recovery programme because it won’t be enough to get companies to invest their cash.

Criticism of Abe’s June 5 policy address, which is widely viewed to have disappointed expectations regarding deregulation and liberalisation the so-called third arrow of Abe’s economic reforms focuses on creating an environment in which Japanese companies believe they can grow profits by...

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