OECD urges Japan to keep up regulatory reform

Regulatory reform is already well under way in Japan but should be continued and strengthened if Japan is to reap all the opportunities of its current recovery, according to a new OECD report.

Japan: Progress in Implementing Regulatory Reform, reviewing changes that have taken place since 1999 when the OECD published its first review of regulatory reform in Japan, says strong political leadership and a pragmatic step-by-step approach have laid a solid foundation for further necessary changes.

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