Nikkei: Japan to set interim fiscal target to balance budget in FY2025

TOKYO: Japan’s government will push back its timeframe for achieving a balanced budget by five years to fiscal 2025 but set an interim target to review progress in getting the country’s fiscal house in order, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Wednesday.
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