The progress of the world's third-largest economy has been easy to miss in the age of President Trump and Brexit, but the context should not obscure the trend: Japan's generally mixed economic picture is improving, meriting the attention of investors.
Our base case calls for a 1% rise in Japan's GDP this year and next. If that growth rate sounds modest, it represents an acceleration over 2016 and a sea change from Japan's anaemic past. Could Japan...
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