BOJ Survey Data Reveals Signs of Growing Inequality in Japan

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  • Single-member households with no financial assets reach 48%
  • Widening inequality poses challenge for Abe's economic goals

Signs of inequality in Japan are increasing as people living on their own fall further behind and wealthier households accumulate more assets, according to surveys released Thursday by the Bank of Japan.

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