'Abenomics' is doing what it set out to do: sending inflation climbing towards the Bank of Japan's two per cent target. But so far growth in wages has been sluggish, meaning that real incomes are falling. And no one should be feeling the pinch more than the governor of the BoJ, whose pay has dropped 40 per cent since Japan first slipped into deflation.
FIlmed and produced by Tom Griggs. Additional footage by Reuters.
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