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Are you sick of hearing about 'Abenomics?'

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No, i do not want to offend AFP writers, they are doing their job well. economy is doing well or not is a different matter.

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Nice catchphrase so we will be beaten to death with it in the media. As for whether it will work, not sure that it has a hope in hell.

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Nope, but it will get tired if there is nothing tangible to show for it this year. I'm tired of AKB, though, so perhaps that would be a better question to ask.

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Well, I am!

Abenomics will fail!

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Yes.

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nopes

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yes, I am. I can't really understand why people like to discuss so much an economic strategy they can't affect in the slightest? just arguing for pages on forums against (or pro) abenomics won't change the government policy. they do their stuff, if it works vote them again, if it doesn't, vote them out or start a demo or something.

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I can't really understand why people like to discuss so much an economic strategy they can't affect in the slightest?

Vote with your money. If you agree with Abenomics => buy made in Japan goods. If you do not agree => buy physical gold and silver, property, land (really anything physical) or move out of Japan.

Best for Japan move would be exchanging Yen for physical gold/silver (saying I do not agree with all the fiat printing) and buying Japanese made goods.

Personally I do not like all the Gov corruption. Where is all of this printed money going? ->Certainly it did not go to the people of Fukushima. Now they want a new Security Agency and what will be next. If anything they should be spending less and reducing taxes (since things cost more and the money is worth less)

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I hope the media will continue to use the term "Abenomics" when it has failed. Instead, they will probably retire the term and try to blame the failure on something else (probably foreigners).

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