Don’t believe the panic: Japan is alive and well

By Chris Taylor, Head of Japanese Equities at Neptune

Abenomics is not working; Japan is almost back in recession; Abe’s 3rd arrow of structural reform has missed. These are increasingly popular assessments of Japan but are all a severe misdiagnosis, argues Chris Taylor, manager of the Neptune Japan Opportunities Fund

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