Andoubles declining support rate is still welcomed by Japanese businesses: strong powers need strong government.

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 Andoubles declining support rate is still welcomed by Japanese businesses: strong powers need strong government.


The British Prime Minister, Abe Shinzo, said the Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzos scandal for profiteering may reduce its popularity to a record low, but a Reuters survey showed that the Japanese business community was much more positive. According to the Reuters in April 23rd, 73% of the 223 respondents wanted Andouble to win third three - year terms and continue to be the leader of the LDP, paving the way for him to continue as prime minister and to become the longest - serving prime minister in Japan. The Liberal Democratic Party will hold the partys head election in September. The survey shows that public opinion wants stability in the political situation and lack of confidence in other political options, especially for opposition parties. Respondents hope that the Andouble economics policy will continue. Andoubles economic policy weakened the yen and supported the Japanese stock market. A powerful government needs a strong government. Im not saying that Andouble has a problem, but the competitiveness of other politicians, especially the opposition, is very small, the manager of a rubber company wrote in a reply to the survey. I dont want them to govern this country. Some of the respondents said they wanted to be the president of the LDP, but 94% of the respondents wanted to remain in power by the LDP dominated coalition. It was reported that when asked who was most suitable to be prime minister, he chose Abe most, reaching 52%. Closely followed by Shigeru Ishiba, former Minister of agriculture, forestry and fisheries, 17% thought he was the most suitable. 13% of the respondents thought that Koizumi Shinjiro, the son of Japanese congressman and former Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, was the most suitable. Japans latest GDP data show that Japans economy is in the longest cycle of growth in nearly 30 years, and an interviewee who is a wholesaler is attributable to Abes policy. I strongly hope he will be in power for a long time, a wholesaler said. The survey was conducted by Nikkei Research Inc in from April 4th to 17th on behalf of Reuters, and visited 542 large and medium-sized enterprises. The manager responded anonymously. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841 It was reported that when asked who was most suitable to be prime minister, he chose Abe most, reaching 52%. Closely followed by Shigeru Ishiba, former Minister of agriculture, forestry and fisheries, 17% thought he was the most suitable. 13% of the respondents thought that Koizumi Shinjiro, the son of Japanese congressman and former Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, was the most suitable. Japans latest GDP data show that Japans economy is in the longest cycle of growth in nearly 30 years, and an interviewee who is a wholesaler is attributable to Abes policy. I strongly hope he will be in power for a long time, a wholesaler said. The survey was conducted by Nikkei Research Inc in from April 4th to 17th on behalf of Reuters, and visited 542 large and medium-sized enterprises. The manager responded anonymously.