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|... against these exogenous factors is Japan's self-inflicted wound -- i.e. Japan's tightening of fiscal policy, when the Abe government went ahead and raised the consumption tax from 8% to 10% effective 1 October 2019. Note that this was originally ...|
|... big question mark on this. Of greater concern is the cancellation of the Tokyo Olympics altogether. Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo announced that the Games will proceed. But if the coronavirus persists heading into July, there'll be a lot of ...|
|... Composite PMI fell to 48.6 in December as manufacturing (48.4) and services (49.4) both weakened. The Bank of Japan and the Abe government will be trying to shore up the economy this year.|
|... Development and Cooperation (OECD) - Japan does the opposite. Japan effectively tightened fiscal policy on October 1 when the Abe government's twice-postponed consumption tax hike (from 8% to 10%) took effect, projected to raise around US$46 billion ...|
|In his outing before the Australian House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics on August 9, Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) governor Philip Lowe practically gave his nod of approval in Financial Standard 's clear as the crystal ball's ...|
|... inflation depends on the wages outlook. A question that Luci Ellis, RBA Assistant Governor (Economic), tried to address at the ABE Conference in February: "How much and how quickly will they [wages] pick up?" "So far, though, the response to that difficulty ...|
|... resignation. He resigned from Nomura Holdings, where he was chief operating officer, in 2012. Shibata will be replaced by Hideo Abe and Junichi Sayato, who will both be appointed as representative directors and co-chief executive officers. Abe will also ...|
|... prices haven't increased by much). Just as Luci Ellis - RBA Assistant Governor (Economic) - warned in her address to the ABE Conference in Sydney about this time last year: "Weak income growth can run below consumption growth for a time, but not ...|
|... from recent developments pointing to continued stability --in government and monetary policy. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's victory in the just-concluded ruling party leadership vote indicates the continued progression on 'Abenomics'. At the same ...|
|... momentum as shown in the June quarter national accounts. This could be the reason why unlike China, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is taking a different posture against Trump. According to Bloomberg: "In his first policy speech since President Donald Trump ...|
While there may be uncertainty surrounding the economic implications of the spreading COVID-19 pandemic, one thing is clear; if business leaders are not consistent, empathetic and clear with their response, they should prepare to face the music.
The government's $213 billion stimulus package is set to push up the country's total debt but experts say it is not reason enough to draw down on the sovereign wealth fund.
Australia's superannuation sector is fighting a war on three different fronts, as the economic fallout of COVID-19 continues to bite.
Significant hikes in group insurance premiums have been put down to the Protecting Your Super reforms - with members of four superannuation funds facing premium increases of 34%.
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