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Was Hashimoto's reform programs feasible?

-The Hashimoto Era and Structural Reforms-

Was Hashimotos reform programs feasible, strong enough to keep control over his reform proposal and did it address the problems Japan was facing?

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Was Hashimoto's reform programs feasible, strong enough to keep control over his reform proposal and did it address the problems Japan was facing?

Hashimoto Ryutaro tried to make reforms in different problematic areas during his administration. However his reform efforts were too broad and detailed that he couldn't be able to keep control over his reform proposal in all these areas, especially the economy. When he became the Prime Minister, he first focused on improving and restructuring the government and cabinet to perform their functions better. He proposed that the number of government agencies should be reduced to decrease ...

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"He implemented a dynamic policy of financial deregulation that made Japanese financial markets free, fair and global. He successfully negotiated agreements with..."

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