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Japan has gone its own way on fighting inflation – can NZ can learn from a global outlier?

By Michael Mouat, Researcher in Economic Geography, Massey University
With an inflation rate peaking at just 4.4%, Japan seems to be getting something right about managing economic pressures. How does it do this, and should New Zealand revisit its own strategies?The Conversation

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