Japan Govt Approves $29 Bln Stimulus Package

Posted on Dec 27, 2014

The Japan government approved a stimulus package worth $29 billion in its latest attempt to bring the economy back into track that slipped into recession in the third quarter. The package focuses on providing subsidized heating fuel for poor households, supporting small firms with low cost funding and distributing purchase coupons to lift consumption.

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