Japan Economics

Japan Economics Weekly

15 February, 2019

Firms pulling in their horns

Corporate investment has been a key driver of domestic demand in Japan recently, underpinned by healthy profits and the growing capacity constraints that resulted from a prolonged period of above-trend growth. But recent evidence suggests that firms are scaling back their ambitions as capacity has stopped tightening.

Access this publication and more, take our free trial subscription today.

Free Trial

Already a subscriber? Simply log in to view this article.

Save to Library

New Book

Making a Success of Brexit
and Reforming the EU

by Roger Bootle

"Outstanding - engaging - absorbing"
Daily Telegraph

Buy now on Amazon

Get the App

The Capital Economics apps are a great way for clients to keep up to date with our latest research.

Capital Economics AppsFind out more
We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Read our Cookie Policy for more information.