Japan government: fiscal targets slip further as tax revenue falls

TOKYO Japan’s government said on Wednesday that the primary deficit will worsen in coming years, even according to its most optimistic forecasts, because of falling tax revenue and weak consumer spending. The forecasts, released by the Cabinet Office …
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