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Less than zero

27 November 2017 By William Pesek

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is being coy about whether Haruhiko Kuroda will get a second term as Bank of Japan head. Kuroda has earned it, and Japan’s deflation fight would benefit from continuity. But he also needs help from Abe’s team, which has been slow to enact vital reforms.

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