Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe’s decision to step down may inject short-term uncertainties into the country’s economy and financial markets, but his economic policies are expected to be continued under his successor. Last Friday, Abe announced his resignation, citing ill health. He will remain in office until a successor is picked within his party. Economists from across the board largely…
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