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"Korea and Japan are both battling a low birthrate crisis and the problems of an aging society. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has placed boosting the birthrate at the core of his agenda to turn around Japan's demographic descent. President Park Geun-hye has also stressed increasing the birthrate as a policy priority. The difference between the two leaders is the urgency and strong leadership to implement policies that actually work for women and encourage them to have more babies.", www.koreatimes.co.kr
"The G-7 summit failed to break any new grounds.The language that came out of the G-7 meetings was weaker than what Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had hoped for. He had called for a joint fiscal stimulus by G-7 members, warning yesterday of a Lehman-style economic crisis. Japan wanted G-7 leaders to note 'the risk of the global economy ... falling into a crisis if we did not take appropriate policy responses in a timely manner.'READ MORE.", blogs.barrons.com
"ISE-SHIMA - Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told fellow Group of Seven leaders on Thursday that North Korea's nuclear and missile programs are also a concern to Europe, a top Japanese government official said. Chairing the first of two days of a G7 summit in central Japan, Abe told his counterparts that Pyongyang's development of nuclear technology and ballistic missiles poses a threat to international peace, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Hiroshige Seko told reporters.", www.todayonline.com
"The Group of Seven leading industrialized nations meeting in Japan push back against “beggar-thy-neighbor strategies” that leave everybody worse off and note that noted “monetary policy alone cannot lead to strong, sustainable and balanced growth.”", www.marketwatch.com