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Japan dangles corporate tax cuts to spur investment, pay raises

But latest Abenomics measures weak on boosting potential growth

Japan should lead the productivity revolution, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.

TOKYO -- Japan promises to create a productivity revolution by cutting taxes on businesses that increase pay and invest in technologies, but the country remains reluctant to go deeper with deregulation that could help unleash innovation. 

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