Poll: Does Shinzo Abe’s ‘Third Arrow’ Go Far Enough?

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday unveiled a keenly-anticipated long-term growth plan to get the world's third largest economy on track.

The wide-ranging plan includes pledging to raise incomes by 3 percent annually over the next decade and set up special economic zones to attract foreign investment.

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Abe said the government would also fully liberalize the retail electricity market and aim to boost power related investment to 30 trillion yen ($300 billion) over the next 10 years.

Structural reforms are the third arrow of Abe's "three arrow" strategy and follow the two others: monetary and fiscal stimulus.

Japan watchers say long-term reforms are the most important, but does Abe's plan go far enough to get the Japanese economy out of a rut? Vote and tell us what you think.

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