Although the “third arrow” in Japan still has mixed reviews, it cannot be denied that with the shift to deliberate improved corporate governance, there is more shareholder involvement in Japanese companies.
In this article, Mr. Naoki Kamiyama of Nikko Asset Management describes some of the positive changes that now benefit investors.
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Source: FE Trustnet
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