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May 30 2013

The Yo-Yo Years and Inflation in Asia

Lately there has been much talk of a Japanese economic revival amid its unprecedented monetary easing. At the same time, there has been a lot of concern about divergent patterns in growth and inflation in the region, and whether “Abenomics” will actually fix Japan’s deflationary problems, which are both cyclical and structural in nature.

ECRI’s latest report examines the competing influences on Japan’s economic and inflation cycles, and whether its growth prospects are diverging from nearby nations after all.

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