Japan's Economic Woes Cast Shadow on Abe's Twin Election ChoiceBy
Lawmaker blunders add to chilling effect of economic downturn
Opposition Democratic Party gaining ground in some polls
With Japan’s economy shrinking, the stock market in turmoil, and a stronger yen threatening export earnings, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s calculus on whether to call a snap general election this summer has suddenly grown more complicated.
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