In a concluding statement after its annual consultation mission to
The near-term outlook for the world's third-biggest economy "remains favorable" on the back of the "Abenomics" policy mix, the
A corporate income tax cut "raises investment and growth, but not sufficiently to make them self-financing, adding further to fiscal consolidation needs. Therefore, compensating revenue and expenditure measures need to be identified," the IMF said.
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