Japan’s lawmakers’ average income unchanged in 2017 at ¥24 million

The lawmaker secured about ¥325.64 million from the share sale and ¥254.73 million from the property sale, which his office said … shares he had owned since working at JP Morgan Securities Japan Co. The data covered 377 members of the 465-seat Lower …
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