Japan is beset with an array of economic problems but as yet none of the political groupings has set out a clear vision of how to tackle them. The second in the series on the forthcoming elections on December 16 looks at the platforms of each of the two main parties, the Democratic Party of Japan and the Liberal Democratic Party.

THE POLITICAL climate in Japan is a sublime mix of perplexity, hopelessness, and cynicism, with the three main forces in the political arena almost equally unpopular.

The Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) under Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda has failed to implement its promised programme of change since its landslide victory in 2009.

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Dr. Stefan Lippert
Mr Abe’s plan is to print money and override the anti-inflationary policy of the Bank of Japan
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