Japan should map out an economic stimulus package that includes large-scale income tax cuts, a senior official of the International Monetary Fund said April 8 in Tokyo.

Stanley Fischer, first deputy managing director of the IMF, told a news conference that while financial stability in the Asian region is gradually being restored, the situation could be jolted by such external shocks as a continued decline in the Japanese economy.

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