Japan Outlook – Arrows in Suga’s Quiver

Yoshihide Suga takes over as Japan’s 99th Prime Minister at a precarious time. Japan’s GDP shrunk the most since World War II in Q2, and imports have fallen for 21 straight months. Will PM Suga be able to address Japan’s biggest economic challenges – shrinking population, stagnant productivity and geopolitical faultlines?

We invited Dan Slater, Founder of the Delphi Network and Michael Penn, an academic and journalist, to discuss the outlook for Japan.

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