Scandals Keep Hitting Japan’s Finance Ministry, With Abe at Risk

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was no doubt looking forward to some good press to bolster his falling approval rating. Instead, most papers were focused on scandal. The top headlines carried news that the highest-ranking bureaucrat at the Ministry of …
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