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Inside Japanese politics

Kishida's 'new capitalism' raises economic reform setback fears

New Japanese prime minister considers hiking tax on investment income

From left, Junichiro Koizumi, Japan's prime minister Fumio Kishida, and Shinzo Abe (Nikkei montage/Reuters)

TOKYO -- Japan's newly installed Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is hoping to implement his concept of "new Japanese capitalism" under which he ran his campaign to be leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party. While he has vowed to change the neoliberal policies left in place by his predecessors, it is unclear exactly what kind of reform he is aiming for.

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