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Japan should split the nation’s ¥150 trillion in pension reserves into smaller funds and diversify what they are invested in, private-sector members of a government advisory panel said.

The fund should consider investing in assets including real estate and commodity futures, the panel’s members said in a statement released Friday in Tokyo. Currently, more than half of the money is invested in government debt.

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