UPDATE1: Japan lower house OKs record 97.45 tril. yen budget for FY 2017

Japan’s House of Representatives approved Monday a record 97.45 trillion yen ($870 billion) draft budget for fiscal 2017 to finance ballooning social security costs and enhance its defence capabilities. The initial budget for the year starting in April …
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