Japan’s incoming Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide has said he will “inherit Abenomics” and has been keen to emphasise that not much will change. As such, a major shift in economic policy is not on the cards. However, there are some apparent differences in view between Suga and Abe that have implications for the economy. This Focus examines what an era of Suganomics might involve.
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