IMF Calls for Abenomics Reload as Japan Falls Short of Targets

  • Inflation, growth, debt targets out of reach in set time frame
  • Reload needed to support wages and labor reforms, funds says

IMF Says Japan Is Falling Short of Its Economic Targets

Japan is falling short of its economic targets, and needs to reload the "three arrows" of Abenomics to support higher wages and labor-market reforms, the International Monetary Fund said in a report published Monday.

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