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Land of rising tax: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe moves to tackle Japan's debt

The latest round of Abenomics in Japan boosted shares in the world’s third largest economy today, offsetting the impact of the first US fiscal shutdown for 17 years.

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Japan's deflation curse takes a pause as giant stimulus package bites

Output figures lift hopes and nation gets back on the road to recovery

Japanese recovery stumbles

Growth slowdown hurts Prime Minister’s  attempts to shake off  20 years of deflation

Growth slowdown rattles Japanese efforts to recover

Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe’s plans to revive the world’s third-biggest economy suffered their first setback today amid faltering growth.

Abe’s ‘shock and awe’ tactics win approval

Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, has won fresh backing at the ballot box for his “shock and awe” strategy to revive the economy, sending Asian shares higher.

Japan economy powers ahead as China wobbles

Asia’s manufacturing titans were subject to contrasting fortunes today: Japan’s biggest firms were buoyed by rising optimism but China was hit by a credit squeeze and falling orders.

Economy boost measures on target as Japan shakes off deflation

Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe gained a huge boost for his “shock and awe” medicine today as the world’s third- biggest economy moved out of deflation territory for the first time since October.

Japanese exports rise to US and China as the currency tumbles

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's "shock and awe" tactics to revive the world's third biggest economy paid off in May with the biggest rise in exports since 2010.

Asian markets lead global fall after uncertainty over US monetary policy

Warnings of slower but more stable growth over the coming months

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Tokyo refuses more stimulus

Japan holds steady on stimulus policy

Japan's central bank has refrained from promising more stimulus for the world's third-largest economy despite equity and bond market turbulence in recent weeks.

Global gloom drags FTSE 100 down

A worldwide share plunge saw the FTSE 100 Index fall more than 100 points today as a run of pessimism on the markets pulled leading stocks further down from near-record heights seen just a few weeks ago.

Japan: Stimulus measures boost factories and exports

Japan’s “Abenomics” strategy of pumping trillions into its stagnant economy and ramping up public spending is paying off as the growth picture improves.

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