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Asia | 15 Sept 2020 A Tough Start for Japan's New PM, with the Recovery Already Stalling
Japan's prime minister in-all-but-name, Yoshihide Suga, will be inheriting an economy struggling to maintain any momentum from the release of pent-up demand.

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15 Sept 2020 A Tough Start for Japan's New PM, with the Recovery Already Stalling

By Chanco Miguel

Japan's prime minister in-all-but-name, Yoshihide Suga, will be inheriting an economy struggling to maintain any momentum from the release of pent-up demand.

Posted: 15th Sep 2020 in 'Asia'

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