Japan has been struggling with next to no growth and fighting deflation for more than 20 years, leading to huge monetary and fiscal stimulus and structural reforms, from the 'three arrows' of Abenomics to the central bank's purchase of enormous swathes of the government bond market.
But so far, despite these efforts, inflation is far below the 2% target, GDP grow is sluggish, and the country is facing a demographic challenge as its population ages. Then there is the recent impact...
Unclear on job moves
Reforms not enough
McGhee joins from banking trade body
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