In the Shadow of Abenomics, Japan's Poor and Elderly Are Being Left BehindChikako Mogi, Takako Taniguchi and Katsuyo Kuwako
Hiroyuki Kawanishi’s tiny two-room flat in Tokyo may not be much, but it’s home. With Prime Minister Shinzo Abe trimming benefits for the poor as he increases spending on the military and cuts corporate taxes, it may not be for long.
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