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High wire

10 September 2018 By Pete Sweeney

The veteran leader is on track to become Japan’s longest-serving prime minister. After almost six years of Abenomics, his signature policy is gaining traction. But with Tokyo caught in trade war crossfire, Shinzo Abe’s manoeuvring in Beijing and Washington will matter more.

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