Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori once again pledged Thursday to carry out drastic reforms of the nation’s economy by supporting the development of information technology.

“I plan to achieve my most important policy goal, which is to implement drastic reforms of the nation’s economy, swiftly through the development of information technology,” Mori told a meeting of experts from home and abroad tasked with discussing Japan’s future.

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