As Japan plans fiscal consolidation, Abe looks for loophole

TOKYO — Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plans to use hefty supplementary budgets over the next several years to ramp up economic stimulus even as a fiscal consolidation plan due out in June urges restraint. As the Council on Economic and Fiscal Policy …
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