Japan’s pursuit of fiscal health remains pie in the sky

TOKYO — Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s plan to channel a portion of consumption tax revenue to education spending raises a red flag as it signals an about-face on the government’s commitment to improving Japan’s fiscal health. In a Sept. 25 news conference …
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