Japan's Abe seeks special economic zones to boost growth

A key element of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's plan to revitalize the economy is the creation of special economic zones, where he hopes tax incentives and regulatory flexibility would encourage innovation and investment. The idea has a lot in common with one being tried in China. Premier Li Keqiang had to overcome internal opposition to establish a free trade zone in Shanghai.

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