What Is Kishidanomics? Can Japan achieve the new prime minister’s plan for income doubling and economic security?
Larissa Stünkel and Daisuke Akimoto
On October 14, new Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio dissolved the House of Representatives to make way for a general election to be held on October 31. Heading into the national election, the majority of the Japanese public is concerned with the economic policy of the Kishida administration. What is the nature and prospect of Kishida’s economic policy, or “Kishidanomics”?
The full article is available on The Diplomat’s website.
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