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January 22, 2024   Chinese government under President Xi Jinping has announced that China achieved its real economic growth target of 5% for 2023 as China’s gross domestic product in the year increa...

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November 6, 2023   The Bank of Japan (BOJ) under Governor Kazuo Ueda is losing ground to market speculators, mainly foreign investors. If the central bank continues to follow the market, the yen’s r...

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October 10, 2023   A parliamentary group advocating aggressive fiscal policy, which comprises young lawmakers of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, will soon propose a temporary consumption tax cu...

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August 21, 2023   China's financial sector is shaking as a major nonbank trust company has become insolvent. The Xi Jinping government has no means to prevent the crisis from escalating. In the wors...

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July 31, 2023   The Bank of Japan (BOJ) effectively raised the upper limit of its long-term interest rate to 1% at its monetary policy meeting on July 28th. Governor Kazuo Ueda, who took office in A...

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June 26, 2023   The Chinese economy has come under unprecedented deflationary pressure. This is because demand does not recover due to the bursting of the real estate bubble. Nevertheless, the Xi Ji...

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February 13, 2023   Prime Minister Fumio Kishida has proposed to the National Diet the appointment of economist Kazuo Ueda as new Bank of Japan governor to succeed Haruhiko Kuroda. The government an...

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December 26, 2022   The Bank of Japan on December 20 decided to expand the allowable fluctuation range from 25 basis points to 50 basis points for the benchmark 10-year government bond yield. The de...

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November 28, 2022   The biggest focus of attention regarding the government’s formulation of a fiscal 2023 budget late this year is how to secure financial resources for Japan’s defense buildup. Pri...

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September 12, 2022   Every time when the Japanese yen depreciates, arguments grow that weakening yen is a bad thing. What Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki could do at best, in the face of growing pr...

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