The policy mix of massive monetary easing, fiscal stimulus and growth-orientated reforms pursued by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has helped revive the banking system, but smaller players in more remote parts of the country say they have yet to benefit. Photo: AFP The policy mix of massive monetary easing, fiscal stimulus and growth-orientated reforms pursued by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has helped revive the banking system, but smaller players in more remote parts of the country say they have yet to benefit. Photo: AFP
The policy mix of massive monetary easing, fiscal stimulus and growth-orientated reforms pursued by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has helped revive the banking system, but smaller players in more remote parts of the country say they have yet to benefit. Photo: AFP

Japan’s shrinking shinkin Small banks left behind by Abenomics

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The policy mix of massive monetary easing, fiscal stimulus and growth-orientated reforms pursued by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has helped revive the banking system, but smaller players in more remote parts of the country say they have yet to benefit. Photo: AFP The policy mix of massive monetary easing, fiscal stimulus and growth-orientated reforms pursued by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has helped revive the banking system, but smaller players in more remote parts of the country say they have yet to benefit. Photo: AFP
The policy mix of massive monetary easing, fiscal stimulus and growth-orientated reforms pursued by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has helped revive the banking system, but smaller players in more remote parts of the country say they have yet to benefit. Photo: AFP
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