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Slowly trickling up

18 August 2017 By William Pesek

The president’s bold plans to revitalise the economy are off to a slow start, even allowing for distractions from North Korea and Trump. Populist handouts to boost consumption are no substitute for reforming the family conglomerates that dilute the nation’s economic energy.

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