Japanese government approves £72bn stimulus package

Akhtar, Tanzeel
January 2013
Fundweb;1/11/2013, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the economic stimulus package approved by the government of Japan. It informs that a new stimulus package of 72 billion dollars has been approved by the Japanese government and states that package will focus on boosting business investments and increasing infrastructural spending.


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