Matthews Asia Perspectives
Matthews Asia Q&A: Update on Japan
06 April 2016
Why is there still a compelling case for investing in Japan? Kenichi Amaki, Lead Manager of the Matthews Japan Strategy, discusses the Japanese investment climate, including the impact of negative interest rates, “Abenomics” and Japanese corporate governance improvements.
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