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CONFERENCE CALL: The End of Kurodanomics

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Call for participation In cooperation with our partner in research Japan Macro Advisors, we are holding a conference call on “The End of Kurodanomics” on September 8. In our view, the Bank of Japan is likely to be forced to taper its Quantitative and Qualitative Easing (QQE) program in the next few years. If so, the consequences could be disorderly. On this call, we examine 1) Sustainability of the BoJ’s…

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SEMINAR: Structural Reform in the Japanese Financial Services Sector

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On Monday 1 August from 1pm – 2pm, the Asian Law Centre at the University of Melbourne will host the seminar “Structural Reform in the Japanese Financial Services Sector” by Ms Naomi Fink, CEO, Europacifica Consulting. 2006 was a watershed year for financial and economic reform in Japan. The then Prime Minister’s reformist agenda included reforms to the national budget system, special public corporations, medical insurance, national pension systems, and…

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