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Économie du Japon en un coup d’œil

Economic Forecast Summary (November 2022)

Perspectives Économiques de l'OCDE

La croissance du PIB réel devrait être de 1.8 % en 2023 et de 0.9 % en 2024. Le nouveau train de mesures économiques soutiendra la demande intérieure, compensant en partie la faiblesse de la confiance des ménages et de leurs revenus réels. La baisse de régime des partenaires commerciaux pèsera sur les exportations.

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Étude économique du Japon (décembre 2021)

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Reform Priorities (April 2021)

Going for Growth 2021 - Japan

Mindful of the strong population ageing already underway, the COVID-19 recovery strategy needs to enhance labour force participation and spur business dynamism. Moreover, significant potential to expand use of digital technologies, in both the public and the private sector as well as education, should be seized.

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2021 Structural Reform Priorities

  • Labour market: Support the employment of all available talents, allowing various work styles
  • Competition and regulation: Ease entry barriers and raise productivity, especially in services, agriculture and SMEs
  • Education and skills: Provide equal and improved education opportunities to all students
  • Tax system: Improve the efficiency of the tax system for sustainable growth and public finances
  • Environmental policy: Step up research and development and financing for meeting GHG emission goals

 

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