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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe presented a strategy for economic growth
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced details of a growth strategy. He said that the goal - to increase the gross national income per capita from the current level of about 15,000 dollars over 10 years.

Speaking on Wednesday in Tokyo, Abe said that the vitality of the private sector will be the main driving force in the future.

Measures include the weakening of state intervention to revitalize the Japanese economy. Growth plan - one of the three pillars of economic policy Abe.

The Prime Minister said that now in Japan, a lot of outdated laws and urged to remove barriers that hinder the development of the business.

Abe's plan includes lifting of the ban on sale online drugs without prescription. The prime minister said that he also intends to support the development of modern medical technology.

Then Shinzo Abe told about the plan to establish a national strategic areas where government regulation will be significantly reduced.

The main purpose - to create a city, the economic environment which will be able to attract technology, human resources, and money from abroad.

Source: NHK
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