Aso becomes Japan’s longest-serving finance minister since the war

Taro Aso on Monday became Japan’s longest-serving finance minister since the war, marking 1,875 days in office, a day more than Kiichi Miyazawa, the previous record-holder. Asked to comment Friday, Aso merely said that serving for a long time was not a goal.
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