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Japan's Big Spending 'Abenomics' Sparks Interest From Ailing Europei
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June 22, 2013 2:41 AM
Not many politicians can claim to have had economic theories named after them - but the Japanese prime minister is now one. Shinzo Abe's program of big spending and loose fiscal policy has been dubbed 'Abenomics' - and with Japan recently showing what looks like strong growth, there have been calls for ailing European economies to adopt a similar strategy. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.

Japan's Big Spending 'Abenomics' Sparks Interest From Ailing Europe

Published June 21, 2013

Not many politicians can claim to have had economic theories named after them - but the Japanese prime minister is now one. Shinzo Abe's program of big spending and loose fiscal policy has been dubbed 'Abenomics' - and with Japan recently showing what looks like strong growth, there have been calls for ailing European economies to adopt a similar strategy. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.


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