Japan after Abe
'Suganomics' from A to Z: policies of Japan's PM front-runner
Abe's lieutenant to take more moderate fiscal approach
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga has pushed a policy to bring in more inbound tourists.
TOKYO -- As Yoshihide Suga, the front-runner to replace Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, contemplated his candidacy, he met a business leader to discuss what policies to focus on.
"I want to continue Abenomics and enhance it," he said, putting it at the core of his proposals.
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