Japan to ramp up public works spending to decade-high next year: Nikkei

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan will spend over 3 trillion yen ($27 billion) to repair aged infrastructure over the three years through March 2021 and ramp up public works spending to a decade-high next …
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