Japan government mulling fiscal spending package of over 10 trillion yen: Nikkei By Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s government is considering putting together an economic stimulus package with fiscal spending exceeding 10 trillion yen ($92.05 billion), the newspaper reported on Saturday.

The government will issue more bonds to fund part of the package and make up for shortfalls in tax revenues, the paper said without citing sources.

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