Japan panel urges government to impose delayed sales tax hike to balance budget

TOKYO Japan must not delay a sales tax hike scheduled for October 2019 as the revenue is needed to cover bulging social security costs and achieve the target of balancing the budget in four years, an advisory panel to Finance Minister Taro Aso said on …
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