LONDON -- It has been a year and a half since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's administration launched its expansionary economic reform program, known as Abenomics. With its three 'arrows' of monetary easing, fiscal stimulus and structural reform, the government hopes to end deflation and improve Japan's economic performance.
The Nikkei Asian Review met with Bill Emmott, former editor of The Economist and veteran Japan-watcher, to discuss progress.
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