4/15/2013

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who made ending the persistent problem of deflation his top priority, got everything he wanted from the central bank but he may find implementing structural economic reform a tougher challenge, according to The Economist. The process is "complex and vulnerable to interference by vested interests," says Morgan Stanley's Robert Feldman. "Now, in other words, for the hard part," The Economist notes.

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