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New Japanese PM must deal with economy and China

Conservative ex-premier Shinzo Abe got a second chance to lead Japan after his party surged back to power in Sunday's election and faces pressure to move swiftly to bolster a sagging economy and manage strained ties with China.

17th December, 2012

Conservative ex-premier Shinzo Abe got a second chance to lead Japan after his party surged back to power in Sunday's election and faces pressure to move swiftly to bolster a sagging economy and manage strained ties with China.

The Liberal Democratic Party's (LDP) landslide just three years after a crushing defeat appears more a damning verdict on its rivals' brief spell in power than an embrace of Abe's agenda or the party that had ruled...

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