Japan’s consumption tax should be raised to 15%: IMF official

TOKYO — Japan needs to lift the consumption tax rate to 15% and reform its health care and pension systems to restore fiscal health as the nation’s aging population spurs more social security spending, an International Monetary Fund official told Nikkei.
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