Japan: There is more medicine to come

By James Dowey, Chief Economist & CIO

In a Q&A James Dowey, Chief Economist & CIO, looks at the recent impact of China on Japan and explains why the medicine itself of Abenomics – as distinct from the effects of the medicine – is extremely important for Japanese equities.

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