Abenomics ten years on: What does the future hold for Japan?

A bright outlook

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A decade is a long time in the markets. After all, the last few years alone have shown a lot can happen­ to global economies in a very short period­.

The reality, however, is that there are often long-term themes that continue to mature regardless of movements in the wider world. Japan provides an excellent example of this dynamic in action. Bridging the valuation gap in Japan There is no question that the nation's markets, just like others worldwide, have experienced volatility in recent years. But at the same time, the drive to improve corporate governance, has continued unfettered. Steady improvements Prior to the 2010s, there is no denying that Japan had a mixed reputation among global investors. One problem was the ...

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