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About ABENOMICS

In early 2013, after two decades of economic stagnation, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe unveiled a comprehensive economic policy package to sustainably revive the Japanese economy while maintaining fiscal discipline. This program became known as Abenomics. The centerpiece of Abenomics has been the three “policy arrows” targeted ataggressive monetary policy, flexible fiscal policy and growth strategy including structural reform. And now it is gaining speed. This page offers the latest on the reforms being implemented to reach a GDP of 600 trillion yen, including work style reform to raise productivity and increase the workforce in the midst of demographic changes.

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Sep. 21, 2016

Opening Remarks by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the Dialogue with the New York based Business and Financial Community of Japan  - Cabinet Secretariat

Three things, ladies and gentlemen. Continuity, that is point number 1. More openness, number 2. And changes in our work style, point number 3. Continuity, openness, work style changes. … Read more>

Progress

The centerpiece of Abenomics has been the three policy arrows targeted at aggressive monetary policy, flexible fiscal policy and growth strategy including structural reform. Since then, Abenomics has achieved remarkable progress.

GDP/GNI growth rates

Real GDP grew from 520 to 529 trillion yen between the fiscal years of 2012 and 2015

Corporate ordinary profits

Annual corporate ordinary profits increased by 20 trillion yen between the fiscal years of 2012 and 2015

Jobs to applicants ratio and unemployment rate

Unemployment level declined from 4.3% to 3.4% between 2012 and 2015

Dependency ratio on
Japanese Government Bonds

The level of dependency on government bonds has decreased 12% between 2012 and 2015

How it works

Engines that keep the positive economic cycle spinning.

Boost productivity by changing work style and diversifying the labor force to cope with the demographic change.

Implement structural reforms such as deregulation in the agricultural sector and other areas with growth potential, as well as expand international trade.

Continue to create a business-friendly environment and promote inward FDI through robust corporate governance and further corporate tax reduction.

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