10 years on, Osaka fiscal reform started by Toru Hashimoto remains unfinished

OSAKA – Since Toru Hashimoto was elected Osaka governor in January 2008 and subsequently launched a reform drive, the prefecture has turned its debt-heavy public finances around to achieve budget surpluses. Some experts, however, downplay the recovery as …
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