Suganomics is coming to Japan - and it wants to unleash a digital revolution

Digitalisation central to new PM's plans

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Katsunori Ogawa of the SuMi Trust
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Katsunori Ogawa of the SuMi Trust

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigned back in September, relinquishing the office he held for eight years to Yoshihide Suga, his Chief Cabinet Secretary.

As Suga was a supporter of Abenomics, no changes to the policy's three arrows - of fiscal stimulus, monetary easing and structural reform - are expected from the new Prime Minister. However, that does...

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