Economist Shihoko Goto on Japan’s economy

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In this March 7, 2016 photo, a concrete mixture truck passes by a poster featuring Japanese Prime Minister Shizo Abe with Japanese read as “Show the result by economy” near the ground-level raising work area in Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, northern Japan. (AP Photo/ Eugene Hoshiko)

The efforts of Prime minister Shinzo Abe to reform Japan’s economy, so-called Abenomics, are increasingly under the spotlight. Many economists say the program isn’t having the desired impact.

CCTV America’s Nathan King interviewed Shihoko Goto, the senior Northeast Asia Associate at the Woodrow Wilson Center about what Japanese government is trying to do.

Economist Shihoko Goto on Japan\'s economy

The efforts of Prime minister Shinzo Abe to reform Japan's economy, so-called Abenomics, are increasingly under the spotlight. Many economists say the program isn't having the desired impact. CCTV America's Nathan King interviewed Shihoko Goto, the senior Northeast Asia Associate at the Woodrow Wilson Center about what Japanese government is trying to do.