Japan would lose voice of prudence if scandal brings down Aso

TOKYO (Reuters) – If the cronyism scandal that has paralyzed parliament in Japan ends up swallowing veteran Finance Minister Taro Aso, a government hooked on radical reflationary polices would lose its strongest defender of fiscal prudence. Investors …
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