Japan lawmakers’ average income unchanged in 2017 at 24 mil. yen

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Japanese lawmakers’ income averaged 24.12 million yen … other business activities such as lawyer or writer fees as well as income from managing property. Topping the list was Ichiro Aisawa, a 64-year-old House of Representatives member …
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