Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and India’s Narendra Modi share a laugh before the signing of several high-profile agreements, in New Delhi in December 2015. Photo: AFP

Have Xi, Modi and Abe lost their way with ‘shock therapy’ for the economy?

William Pesek says investors may have rejoiced too soon at the promise of an Asian ‘axis of reform’ that could remake the global economy, as the strongman trio from China, India and Japan has proved less than bold

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and India’s Narendra Modi share a laugh before the signing of several high-profile agreements, in New Delhi in December 2015. Photo: AFP
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