Are Abe's arrows hitting their targets?
This weekend's election in Japan is widely seen as a referendum on the economic policies of the incumbent Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe.
Dubbed Abenomics, they were supposed to address two decades of economic stagnation.
But Japan is in recession, inflation is short of the government's 2% target and government debt is more than 240% of the country's gross domestic product (GDP).
Chief business correspondent Linda Yueh reports on the so-called 'three arrows' of Abenomics, and whether or not they're hitting their targets.
11 Dec 2014