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Has Abenomics fixed Japan's economic fortunes?

16 December 2013 Last updated at 04:22 GMT

It's been a year since Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was put in charge of the world's third-biggest economy.

The country has grappled with stagnant growth and falling consumer prices, or deflation, for nearly two decades.

To combat this, Mr Abe has undertaken a series of key economic reforms, such as weakening the yen.

The BBC's Chief Business Correspondent Linda Yueh reports from Tokyo on how Mr Abe has fared so far.

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