Japan finance minister to skip G20 as cronyism scandal balloons

Japan’s finance minister will skip a G20 meeting next week, officials said Friday, to address parliament as pressure mounts over a cronyism scandal and alleged cover-up dogging the prime minister. Taro Aso “will concentrate on” dealing with parliament, and …
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