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In Japan, Abe's party is set for win, but economy remains a challenge

Shinzo Abe's decision last month to dissolve the House of Representatives and call the election, two years early, was viewed at first as something of a rash move, with analysts saying the prime minister's ruling Liberal Democratic Party could lose dozens of seats. Foto: AP/Shizuo Kambayashi

TOKYO - Japan's Shinzo Abe will put his prime ministership to the test on Sunday, in a snap parliamentary election that will give him four more years to try to put the economy right and pursue his goal of making Japan a "beautiful" country again.

Abe's decision last month to dissolve the House of Representatives and call the election, two years early, was viewed at first as something of a rash move, with analysts saying the prime minister's ruling Liberal Democratic Party could lose dozens of seats...

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