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Has corporate Japan cleaned up its act?

Many commentators have pinned the recent outperformance of Japan’s stock market on the stronger focus by Japanese firms to maximise shareholder value. But while those efforts showed some success in the run-up to the pandemic, there hasn’t been much further progress in recent years.

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