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Amid 33-year highs, are Nikkei bulls charging ahead of corporate reform?

The Nikkei Stock Average’s 33-year highs may be vindicating private bankers’ bets that Japan is back. Yet bullish investors may be getting ahead of themselves as it remains to be seen whether Japanese corporates will fully embrace the long-term reform needed to boost profitability, according to wealth and asset management experts. Asia’s second-biggest economy has produced myriad false dawns these…

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