Japan Economics

Japan Economics Weekly
19 March, 2012

What can be done to boost growth?

The Bank of Japan’s extension last week of its program to support growth sectors is unlikely to make a major contribution to lifting Japan’s relatively low potential growth rate of just 0.5%. Although increasing access to capital would in theory support trend growth, there is little evidence that Japan’s economy is being held back by a lack of cheap finance....

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