Abe’s Missing Third Arrow Means Year of Pain for Japan’s Economy

Abe’s Missing Third Arrow Means Year of Pain for Japan’s Economy

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A man walks past residential and commercial buildings at dusk in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Japanese companies that derive more than half their revenue from overseas have risen an average 34 percent this year, compared with 19 percent for those with mostly domestic sales.