The IMF said Japan's "three arrows" economic stimulus program is boosting growth Monday but warned that the country must still follow through with fiscal and structural reforms.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe gives a press conference in Manila last week. The IMF on Monday said Japan's "three arrows" economic stimulus program is boosting growth but it pushed the country to follow through with fiscal and structural reforms to seal its gains.
It urged Tokyo to adopt a "credible" medium-term program that includes raising consumption taxes and deregulating farming and the service industry.
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