Suga or Suga-free, Japan's corporate governance reforms are not for turning

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Suga or Suga-free, Japan's corporate governance reforms are not for turning

Japanese PM Yoshihide Suga surprised the world last month with the news that he would not be running for re-election as leader of his Liberal Democratic Party.

At the time, many highlighted that Suga's replacement could greatly increase the LDP's chances of winning Japan's next general election while also boosting economic stimulus. And, as a result, the country's...

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