Japan Needs a Different Kind of Economic Boost, Analysts SayBy and
As fiscal package takes shape, economists voice caution
Concerns include economic distortions, increase in debt burden
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s plan for “comprehensive, bold” fiscal spending this fall isn’t getting a warm reception among economists who say that while a stimulus package may temporarily bolster the economy, they’d prefer he focus on long-term structural reforms.
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