Japan mulls extending travel subsidy campaign past January
TOKYO. KAZINFORM - The Japanese government is considering extending its domestic travel subsidy program beyond late January to continue support for the tourism sector amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, sources familiar with the matter said Wednesday, Kyodo News reports. Although a new end date is»»»
Ex-Japanese PM Shinzo Abe questioned over 'cherry blossom' scandal
Prosecutors in Japan have questioned the former prime minister, Shinzo Abe, over a funding scandal that could harm the country’s current leader, Yoshihide Suga. Abe, who resigned in August, apparently due to ill-health, volunteered for questioning this week as prosecutors sought to build a case aga»»»
Japan's Suga vows to put growth ahead of fiscal reform, signals status quo of Abenomics
TOKYO (Reuters) - Yoshihide Suga, on course to become Japan’s next prime minister, said he would maintain incumbent premier Shinzo Abe’s policy prioritising economic growth over efforts to fix the country’s tattered finances. Suga, Japan’s chief cabinet secretary, also said he would continue to foc»»»
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