May 30, 2014

Shinzo Abe's Secret Weapon: Koichi Hamada

Emily Cadei, Ozy

AP

If Japan’s economic experiment is a success, it will lift the global economy and provide some important lessons. And flush friends make for flush friendships.

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TAGGED: Abenomics, Koichi Hamada, Japan, Shinzo Abe

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