The presidents of seven Japan Railway group companies told a governmental committee Wednesday they cannot afford to shoulder any more of the 28 trillion yen in debts left by the former Japanese National Railways.
The prime minister’s Conference on Fiscal Structural Reform held a hearing for the JR group presidents intending to persuade the firms to bear more of the debts carried over from the former JNR, from whose privatization the firms were born.
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