Japan finance minister vows to stick to fiscal year 2020/21 budget balancing goal

TOKYO Japan must adhere to the government’s goal to achieve a balanced budget by the fiscal year ending in March 2021, Finance Minister Taro Aso said, in a resolve to push for fiscal consolidation to fix the country’s tattered finances. Aso made the pledge …
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