Confidence in Shinzo Abe's economic plan, commonly known as "Abenomics", is rapidly waning as Abe's popularity dips below 50 per cent. Confidence in Shinzo Abe's economic plan, commonly known as "Abenomics", is rapidly waning as Abe's popularity dips below 50 per cent.
Confidence in Shinzo Abe's economic plan, commonly known as "Abenomics", is rapidly waning as Abe's popularity dips below 50 per cent.
Nicholas Spiro
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Macroscope by Nicholas Spiro

Flaws in Abenomics thrown into sharp relief by sales tax

Two years after the launch of Shinzo Abe's much heralded economic plan, Japan's recovery is at risk and Abe's popularity has fallen below 50pc

Confidence in Shinzo Abe's economic plan, commonly known as "Abenomics", is rapidly waning as Abe's popularity dips below 50 per cent. Confidence in Shinzo Abe's economic plan, commonly known as "Abenomics", is rapidly waning as Abe's popularity dips below 50 per cent.
Confidence in Shinzo Abe's economic plan, commonly known as "Abenomics", is rapidly waning as Abe's popularity dips below 50 per cent.
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Nicholas Spiro

Nicholas Spiro

Nicholas Spiro is a partner at Lauressa Advisory, a specialist London-based real estate and macroeconomic advisory firm. He is an expert on advanced and emerging economies and a regular commentator on financial and macro-political developments.