Who would have thought that it would be in the Land of the Rising Sun that three arrows could miss their target so wildly?
Of course, I’m talking about the Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe’s, three arrows of fiscal stimulus, monetary easing and structural reform that were intended to claw Japan out of a dangerous cycle of recession and deflation. At the time, it seemed like the perfect policy, with fiscal stimulus intended to increase demand for goods and services and monetary easing by the Bank of Japan intended to generate the 2% inflation that Japan has so longed for, increasing aggregate demand and therefore triggering a virtuous cycle of economic growth. In addition to this, the structural reform intended to increase the competitiveness of Japanese industry with regards to the world as a whole should have ideally bolstered and healed Japanese companies’ future prospects, after years of sluggishness. Yet…
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I don’t know about this Pokemon thing……do you?
I have not downloaded the app, played the game, or seen anyone playing it, though I have heard about people flocking in groups everywhere to play.
Most of my info comes from this local video blog (VLOG) done by a local friend:
Way to go, Benny! 😉
I spotted this sign on a storefront window yesterday. Keep an eye on your kids. Haha! 😉
What is YOUR experience of Pokemon? Are YOU playing this game?
Please SHARE! 🙂