A key government economic panel compiled Friday a list of reform priorities centered on a strategy to accelerate the cleanup of banks’ problem loans and assist corporate restructuring.

The Council on Economic and Fiscal Policy also finalized the same day a longer-term time frame for Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi’s structural reform policies, which were outlined in a reform blueprint in June.

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