Japan puts free early education, drug reform on wish list

TOKYO — Free nursery school and kindergarten for families nationwide as well as tighter control of ballooning medical costs highlight Japan’s newest strategies to achieve growth, The Nikkei learned Monday. The government’s policy and reform draft …
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