No A+ for Abenomics
Japan has suffered decades of slow or no growth. The new government of Shinzo Abe is reforming monetary policy and undertaking more agressive fiscal measures. Julian Jessop, chief global economist at Capital Economics, is not hopeful these will be a success. He explains why to FT leader writer Martin Sandbu and what Japan needs to do to boost growth.
Produced by Darryl Thomson and Veronica Kan-Dapaah. Filmed by Rod Fitzgerald and James MacDonald.