On some measures, Japan has been the strongest performing large developed economy over recent years. Growth has been unusually fast, unemployment is at historic lows and wage growth at two-decade highs. For all this though, the Bank of Japan remains a very long way from being able to consider a shift in its ultra-loose monetary stance.
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