Japan kicks can on fiscal discipline, again

TOKYO — Japan is considering fiscal 2025 as its new target for fiscal consolidation, a time frame that will still be difficult to meet amid tepid growth, falling tax revenues and higher spending. The government now aims to get its house in order five …
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