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Andrew Rose, Japanese Equities Fund Manager, comments on the current situation in Japan, with 2015 being a year to watch out for in relation to Abenomics.
Fund Manager, Japanese Equities
The recent pullback in Japanese equities has reduced valuations at a time when we believe the long-term picture for corporate Japan may be gradually improving.
Japanese companies are increasingly thinking long term in order to thrive and grow in the future.
The Bank of Japan’s regular policy meeting ended in Tokyo on Thursday with the policy committee deciding to take no action.
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